Paralyzing Politics

While boisterous political pundits occupy airtime on cable channels and sling words across blogs on the internet, Furman University President Rod Smolla witnesses first-hand the impression this discourse has on young people. On this program, the constitutional scholar shares his thoughts on the downside of social media, the transformative force of the internet on politics, and the rising cost of a college education. Robert Orr of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law and Grady Johnson of S.C. Business Publications join the conversation.

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