Episode 86: Judging Public Unions and France’s Right Turn

Good evening, podcast listeners! We have a great show for you this week as we look at one of this fall’s most anticipated court cases and a potential sea change in French politics.

First, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute Stephen Eide returns to the program, this time to cover an upcoming Supreme Court case that asks if public unions infringe on free speech.

Richard then welcomes to the show Patrick Chamorel, senior resident scholar at Stanford University’s Stanford in Washington program, to discuss the political right’s ascendancy in France in the run up to 2017’s presidential elections.

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Published on: September 29, 2015
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