Monday, October 10: Changing Minds
By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – One reason President Bush says he nominated Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court is because " she's not going to change; 20 years from now, she will be the same person with the same philosophy as today." What does it mean to be unwavering from a philosophy? Conversely, what does it mean when an individual or a political body changes their opinion on significant issues? Doug Fabrizio talks to Harvard Professor Dr. Howard Gardner, the author of "Changing Minds," and with legal historian Kermit Hall, President of the University at Albany in New York.
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