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Does Liberalism Have a Future?
Aired 4/25/1999

Think Tank explores whether or not liberalism is a fading off of the forefront of American ideology today. Has conservatism overshadowed liberalism for the time being, forever, or even at all?
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  Todd Gitlin
    New York University
  Ronald Walters
    director of the African American Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland, and author of "Freedom Is Not Enough: Black Voters, Black Candidates, and American Presidential Politics."
  E.J. Dionne
    Brookings Institution, senior fellow Author of "They Only Look Dead: Why Progressives Will Dominate the Next Political Era" and "Why Americans Hate Politics"
  Will Marshall
    president of the Progressive Policy Institute

Originally Aired: 4/25/1999

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