What's Going On?: Free Speech and the Burlington Telecom Sale

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Sandy Baird, Kurt Mehta, and Marc Estrin convene to discuss the interests of free speech in the Burlington Telecom Sale, the changing relationships between U.S., Russia, and China over the years, and national issues surrounding the harassment of women in our patriarchal society.

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