"Clinton: Retry, Ignore, or Fail? A Debate"

Tuesday, November 10
1–3 p.m.
Reisinger Auditorium

Sarah Lawrence College will sponsor a debate entitled: "Clinton: Retry, Ignore, or Fail? A debate about the presidency and U.S. democracy" on Tuesday, November 10 from 1–3 p.m. in Reisinger Auditorium. Panelists Frances Fox Piven, political science professor at CUNY; Norma Thompson, associate professor of political science at Yale University; Bruce Miroff, professor and chairman of the political science department at SUNY, Albany and Dennis Parker, civil rights attorney, will address the questions: "Should the President be impeached and removed from office? Will Clinton's problems lead to a GOP conquest of the White House and Congress in 2000? What does the Clinton scandal mean for a world economy in turmoil, or for the future of U.S. democracy itself?" The debate, which will include participation from the audience, will be moderated by Raymond Seidelman, member of the political science faculty at Sarah Lawrence. A reception will follow. The debate and reception, which are sponsored by the Donald K. Samuel Fund, are free and open to the public. Please call (914) 395-2412 for further information.