CLBR #246: Debating the American Empire With Stephen Kinzer
Cyber Law and Business Report / Foreign Policy

CLBR #246: Debating the American Empire With Stephen Kinzer

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 Debating the American Empire With Stephen Kinzer Last week, in his inaugural address, Donald Trump highlighted conflicting themes in discussing U.S. foreign policy. He expressed frustration with U.S. global commitments – We defended other nation’s borders while refusing to defend our own.  And spent trillions and trillions…

CLBR #242: Ari Berman on the Struggle for Voting Rights
Cyber Law and Business Report / Voter Suppression / Voting Rights Act

CLBR #242: Ari Berman on the Struggle for Voting Rights

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Today we feature one of our pre-recorded interviews with authors from the Miami Book Fair – Ari Berman a senior contributing writer for The Nation and author of Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America.  Website  Twitter Purchase ? Give Us the Ballot was…

CLBR #241: Michael Cohen on 1968 and the Birth of Disunion
2016 Election / Cyber Law and Business Report / Kennedy's

CLBR #241: Michael Cohen on 1968 and the Birth of Disunion

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Michael Cohen on 1968 and the Birth of Disunion Today we feature one of our pre-recorded interviews with authors from the Miami Book Fair – Boston Globe columnist Michael A. Cohen author of American Maelstrom: The 1968 Election and the Politics of Division.  Website Twitter  Purchase In American…

CLBR #237: Mike O’Neil Explains the Election Shocker
2016 Election / Cyber Law and Business Report

CLBR #237: Mike O’Neil Explains the Election Shocker

Mike O’Neil Explains the Election Shocker CLBR VETERAN MIKE O’NEIL RETURNS Mike has over 30 years experience in designing, conducting, and analyzing opinion research projects. He has overseen hundreds of research projects for a wide range of clients, including major national corporations; law firms; national unions; major utilities; hospitals and other healthcare providers; various Federal, … Continue reading