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History Of Public Policy
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History Of Public Policy

History Of Public Policy

History Of Public Policy
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Join Ray Suarez and his guests for a look at public policy since Classical times. Ever since governments have been established, questions have been raised about what they do and how they perform their functions. Troubling questions about personal freedoms, the welfare state, and centralized power are not just a result of the Republican Revolution. Ray will talk with two noted scholars about the history of public policy debates and take your calls. Guests: Jean Bethke Elshtain Laura Spelman Rockefeller Professorof Social and Political Ethics University of Chicago Divinity School Author Augustine and the Limits of Politics (University of Notre Dame Press, 1996) Nashville, TN Father Thomas Reese Senior Fellow Woodstock Theological Center Adjunct Professor of Public Policy Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Listeners call in

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