Reason Not Rhetoric: A Reflective Conversation With David Gergen About Iran

September 9, 2015 Newton Centre $18.00

PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE TO SEPT. 9. David Gergen, political analyst, former presidential adviser and co-director of the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School, will discuss the debate surrounding the Iran nuclear agreement in a conversation with Hebrew College President Daniel Lehmann. This timely discussion will be an opportunity to examine an important and divisive issue in an reflective context with an outstanding public intellectual and policy expert. Gergen served as an adviser to four presidents of both parties and is currently a senior political analyst for CNN. He began his journalism career with the McNeil-Lehrer NewsHour and has been a regular commentator on public affairs for 28 years. In his current role at the Kennedy School, Gergen works closely with the rising generation, preparing them to serve as future leaders for the common good. A recipient of Peabody awards and 27 honorary degrees, Gergen holds degrees from Yale University and Harvard Law School.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2015, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Hebrew College
160 Herrick Rd
Newton Centre, MA 02459
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$18.00 General Admission

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