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Islam and the Challenge of Democracy

05/12/2003 11:00 AM Wong Auditorium
Tom Ashbrook, Host, WBUR's "On Point"; ; Fawaz Gerges, Christiain A. Johnson Chair holder in International Affairs and Middle Eastern Studies, Sarah Lawrence College ; Khaled Abou El Fadl, Professor of Law, UCLA ; Jack Beatty, Senior Editor The Atlantic Monthly and "On Point" news analyst

Description: As the period of rebuilding Iraq begins, this panel takes on the big questions of political systems and religion based value systems can Islam and democracy co-exist in the Arab world?

Host(s): School of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, Center for International Studies

Tape #: 16237

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