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Mass. Humanities Symposium on Economic Inequality and Our Democracy, Panel 3: What Can Be Done?

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The ninth annual Mass Humanities fall symposium, entitled “Mind the Gap: Economic Inequality and Our Democracy,” explores economic, political, social, and public policy aspects of economic inequality in the U.S. Boston College hosted the day-long event.

Panel 3 is composed of James K. Galbraith, director of the University of Texas Inequality Project; Timothy Noah, senior editor of the New Republic; and Will Wilkinson, commentator for the Economist. Mark Santow, associate professor and chair of the History Department at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, is the moderator.

Format: Symposium
Length: 68 minutes

Presenter(s): James K. Galbraith, Timothy Noah, Will Wilkinson; Mark Santow, moderator

Date: November 3, 2012

Location: Heights Room, Corcoran Commons

Sponsor(s): Mass Humanities

URL: http://frontrow.bc.edu/program/masshumanmindthegap3/

The information on this page is accurate as of November 2012