Liberty and Limits
A 4-part series (1996)

The series' programs challenge panelists to explore some of today's most pressing political issues against the backdrop of the wisdom contained in "The Federalist Papers". In the four programs participants wreslte with such subjects as the balance of power between the branches of government in the conduct of foreign policy; the federal vs. the state authority in making and enforcing laws; issues of privacy in the digital age; and the fairness and responsibility of our electoral system.

Series Programs:
Constant Combatants: The President and Congress
Whose Law? Whose Order?
Privacy and Security on the Eve of the Millenium
The Price of Politics: Electing Our Leaders

Funders: The Ford Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Corporation for Public Broadcasting