In The News
Have you ever wondered how Washington felt as he stood on the balcony of Federal Hall in New York City on April 30, 1789, as his inauguration began? Thankfully, he left us some clues, and they’ll be at The Center this July.
Nearly 200 guests attended the Center’s timely, provocative discussion on national security and civil liberties. Leading experts Richard V. Allen and Deborah Pearlstein examined U.S. policy surrounding Osama bin Laden’s demise, including the release of photographs. Read on for highlights of the conversation.
The more information the public has about government, the better a citizen can make an independent assessment of our elected officials, says our guest writer.
PJP Board Member David Westin, Former President of ABC News, Speaks to Stanford Law About the Future of the News Media
David Westin, who is a member of the PJP Board of Advisors and was president of ABC News through 2010, speaks here at the Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford Law School. Addressing the subject, “Saving the Media from Itself” Westin analyzes the state of the news business as it shifts from… [Continue Reading]
In this monograph excerpt: Geoff Stone explains how wartime situations have historically heightened the tension between national security and free speech.