This edition: Sonia Jarvis, Dir., Center on Equality, Pluralism and Policy, Baruch College School of Public Affairs; Thomas Halper, chairman, Political Science Dept., Baruch College.Tweet
Original tape date: January 26, 2010.
In the wake of the recent 5-4 Supreme Court decision in the case of Citizens United vs. The Federal Elections Committee, host Doug Muzzio explores the public’s reaction to the verdict. To shed some light to a decision that has caused so much heat and explain what the decision means for the future of politics, Sonia Jarvis, Director of the Center on Equality, Pluralism and Policy, as well as, Thomas Halper, Chairman of the Political Science department at Baruch College, join Doug on this week’s episode of City Talk.
Thomas Halper, Ph.D. Chairman of the Political Scientist Dept., Baruch College/CUNY
Sonia Jarvis School of Public Affairs
Prof. Douglas Muzzio Political Analyst, CUNY TV, Professor, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College/CUNY
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