Shades of Red and Blue
Shades of Red and Blue

Shades of Red and Blue: Fake News, Free Speech, and the Media

May 4, 2017

All democracies have one thing in common: a need for legitimacy, which is ultimately derived from the free and informed consent of the people. This program is part of the Shades of Red and Blue series, presented by The Ethics Centre, and co-sponsored by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program. It features Salman Rushdie, Leon Botstein, Matthew Continetti, Mollie Ziegler Hemingway, and Lachlan Markay.

All democracies have one thing in common: a need for legitimacy, which is ultimately derived from the free and informed consent of the people. This program is part of the Shades of Red and Blue series, presented by The Ethics Centre, and co-sponsored by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program. AUDIO ONLY.

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