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International Business Times

Income Inequality Doesn't Harm Upward Mobility, Scholars Argue

By Meagan Clark — October 23, 2014

The debate, hosted by Intelligence Squared U.S., pitted Winship and Conard against Elise Gould, senior economist at the Economic Policy Institute, and venture capitalist Nick Hanauer. Gould and Hanauer argue… more

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Above the Law

Does The Mass Collection Of Phone Records Violate The Fourth Amendment?

By Joe Patrice — October 10, 2014

Some very smart people try to make the case that gobbling up phone data on all of us isn’t really a constitutional case. Let’s see if they convince you… Intelligence… more

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By Tal Kopan — October 08, 2014

A strong majority of audience members thought mass collection of U.S. phone records violates the constitution’s Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure following an Oxford-style debate on the… more

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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

VIDEO: Yes, Mass Collection of U.S. Phone Records Violates the Constitution

By Alex Abdo — October 08, 2014

A resounding win! A Philadelphia audience sided squarely with team civil liberties in a debate hosted yesterday by Intelligence Squared. Arguing for the motion, "Mass Collection of U.S. Phone Records… more

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Michigan State University College of Education

The Core of the Debate

By Sarah Galey — October 01, 2014

A recent debate, “Embrace the Common Core?” hosted by Intelligence Squared, featured some of the nation’s top experts on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The Oxford-style “2 vs. 2”… more

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