Just past the halfway mark of our #30Issues series, a 30-week exploration of issues that are shaping the 2016 election. This Summer Friday, hear a few of our past favorites:
- Geoffrey R. Stone, University of Chicago law professor and noted first amendment scholar, talks about the Supreme Court;
- Peniel Joseph, founding director at the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy and Professor of History University of Texas-Austin, looks at the history of race as a prominent campaign issue coming out of the Civil Rights Era;
- A review of historical audio clips of the policy debate over climate change and Andrew Revkin, writer for The New York Times Dot Earth blog and professor at Pace University, talks about the history of climate change policy in the United States; and
- Larry Levitt, senior vice president of the Kaiser Family Foundation and co-executive, on the history of health care reform in the U.S. and today's debate on repealing or improving Obamacare or instituting a single payer plan.
These interviews originally aired earlier this year. Links to the unedited audio are here: