New York State Governor David Paterson talks about the deal to rescue insurance giant AIG from bankruptcy. New York State Assemblyman Richard Brodsky says the new Yankees Stadium was built with a lot of public money—without a lot of public benefit. And: writer/philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy on why he thinks the ...
Writer and philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy discusses the role of artists and intellectuals can play in bringing light to the crisis in Darfur. He participates alongside Mia Farrow in a panel tonight at panel tonight at the PEN World Voices Festival.
The Supreme Court just upheld Indiana’s voter ID law. Will verified voting curb voter fraud, or will it discourage voter participation? Also: a look at Sustainable Streets, the city’s new strategic transportation plan, and writer/philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy on Darfur and the role of the artist in political advocacy.
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