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The Choices We Face in Border Crisis

Hans Linnartz asks 'which America will we be' in latest immigrant crisis

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The Meaning of Happiness Changes Over Time

Troy Campbell: At different ages, we're interested in different kinds of happiness

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Cries of Poor Black Mothers Too Often Go Unheard

Eboni Marshall Turman on the strugle of the poor, black single mom

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Oregon Inlet Jetties: The Unjustifiable Sequel

Orrin Pilkey on the complexities of why the jetties should not be built

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Bill Adair on the global growth of fact-checking journalism as a check on power

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Laurie Patton on Public Scholarship

The dean of Duke's Trinity Arts & Sciences discusses public scholarship at a Forum for Publics and Scholars panel on open access. 

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The Future of Transportation

Tim Profeta, director of the Nicholas Institute, discusses the future of transportation in this Rational Middle Energy Series film.

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What is the Legal Evil of Slavery?

Professor Adrienne Davis speaks on slavery's intersection with law

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The Future of Campaign Finance Reform

Harvard's Lawrence Lessig outlines campaign financing in U.S. elections and discusses the need for a new system