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School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble

Episode 9: A series of events embroils a small town in First and Second Amendment controversies. Featured are Griffin Bell, former secretary of education Shirley Hufstedler, and civil liberties counsel Jeanne Baker.

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  • "Right to live, right to die"@en

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  • "10. Right to live, right to die: Presents a discussion among judges, doctors and congressional representatives concerning personal freedoms and privacy as balanced against state intervention and societal rights. Touches on the topic of abortion, "Baby Doe" cases and the right to die. The issues are debated by Gloria Steinem, Joseph Califano, Rep. Henry Hyde, Phil Donahue, and others."
  • "Episode 9: A series of events embroils a small town in First and Second Amendment controversies. Featured are Griffin Bell, former secretary of education Shirley Hufstedler, and civil liberties counsel Jeanne Baker."@en
  • "What is the courts' rule in determing policy on the sensitive issues of school prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble? This program posits a hypothetical small town beset by First and Second Amendment controversies. Includes discussion of the duties of the three branches of government."@en
  • "Arthur Miller moderates a discussion by attorneys, reporters, federal judges, and politicians of the sensitive issues: school prayer, gun control and the right to assemble. Includes commentary by series originator Fred W. Friendly and retired Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart."
  • "Arthur Miller moderates a discussion by attorneys, reporters, federal judges, and politicians of the sensitive issues: school prayer, gun control and the right to assemble. Includes commentary by series originator Fred W. Friendly and retired Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart."@en
  • "9. School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble: Supposes a hypothetical small town beset by First and Second Amendment controversies and examines the courts' role in determining policy on the sensitive issues of prayer in the schools, gun control, or, the right to bear arms, and the right to assemble. The issues are debated by Griffin Bell, former secretary of education Shirley Hufstedler, and civil liberties counsel Jeanne Baker."
  • "Harvard law professor Arthur Miller moderates a panel of judges, journalists, congressmen, government officials, and defense lawyers who discuss hypothetical cases concerning school prayer, gun control, and everyone's right to assemble. Commentators include the Hon. Potter Stewart, retired Supreme Court Justice and Fred W. Friendly, Columbia School of Journalism."@en
  • "Harvard law professor Arthur Miller moderates a panel of judges, journalists, congressmen, government officials, and defense lawyers who discuss hypothetical cases concerning school prayer, gun control, and everyone's right to assemble."@en
  • "What is the courts' role in determining policy on the sensitive issues of school prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble? This program posits a hypothetical small town beset by First and Second Amendment controversies. Includes discussion of the duties of the three branches of government."@en
  • "An examination of issues relating to the First and Second Amendments of the Constitution."
  • "Supposes a hypothetical small town beset by First and Second Amendment controversies and examines the courts' role in determining policy on the sensitive issues of prayer in the schools, gun control, or, the right to bear arms, and the right to assemble. The issues are debated by Griffin Bell, former secretary of education Shirley Hufstedler, and civil liberties counsel, Jeanne Baker."@en
  • "As part of a telecourse on constitutional rights and public policy, Arthur Miller moderates a discussion by attorneys, reporters, federal judges, and politicians of these sensitive issues. Includes commentary by series originator Fred W. Friendly and retired Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart."@en
  • "The court's role in determining policy regarding issues of school prayer, gun control and the right to assemble are addressed from the view of a hypothetical small town beset by First and Second Amendment controversies."
  • "Episode 10: Gloria Steinem, Joseph Califano, Rep. Henry Hyde, Phil Donahue, and others discuss the right to make intensely individual decisions about dying, abortion, personal freedom, and privacy."@en

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  • "School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble"
  • "School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble"@en
  • "The Constitution, that delicate balance. School Prayer, gun control and the right to assemble"
  • "School prayer, gun control and the right to assemble"@en
  • "School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble Right to live, right to die"@en
  • "School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble Right to live, right to die"