Struggle for Moral Leadership: Integrity and Compromise (1999)
Kenan Institute for Ethics
In collaboration with the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television, the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University produced a two-part television series on The Struggle for Moral Leadership. The program originally aired in April 1999 on the 11 member stations comprising North Carolina's statewide television network. In 2001, the program was broadcast throughout the nation on selected public television stations. Harvard Law School Professor Arthur Miller moderates the various panels appearing on the program. Discussions focus on real-life leadership dilemmas. Individuals appearing the the two-parts of the program include: Eric Berrboh, Calvin Cunningham, Andrew Delbanco, Patricia Ferguson, David Gergen, John Hood, Elizabeth Kiss, Marcia Riggs, Deborah Ross, George Stephanopoulos, Chuck Stone, and Leslie Takahashi-Morris. [Information for the description adapted from information on the Kenan Institute for Ethics website and from a letter enclosed with the tapes dated June 18, 2002.] The other tape in the series is titled "The Struggle for Moral Leadership: Public Virtues, Private Lives."
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