Popular NPR debate show to return to Philly
Campaign finance, Super PACS and the First Amendment make up the three topics to be debated on NPR Radio's popular show, 'Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates,' due to return to Philadelphia Thursday, June 26, at the National Constitution Center, 6th. and Market streets, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $30.
The debate, which will follow the old Oxford style of sparring, will feature First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams, Brennan Center's Burt Neuborne, New York Law's Nadine Strossen and Fordham Law's Zephyr Teachout. ABC News' John Donovan will moderate.