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Best of 2018: ‘Madison, the Media, and the Mob’ Live at America’s Town Hall

Best of 2018: ‘Madison, the Media, and the Mob’ Live at America’s Town Hall

Update: 2019-01-031
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Jeffrey Rosen hosts a live conversation at the National Constitution Center with leading journalists—Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief of The Atlantic; Michelle Goldberg, op-ed columnist for The New York Times; and Jonah Goldberg, senior editor of the National Review—discussing what James Madison might think of mainstream media today and the effects of social media on modern democracy and politics. The conversation explores everything from Twitter mobs and the threats posed by growing tribalism to Facebook’s proposed “Supreme Court” and the challenges presented by online content regulation.

This event was presented in partnership with The Atlantic magazine and generously sponsored by the John S. Templeton Foundation as part of the NCC’s Madisonian Constitution for All Initiative.

This episode originally aired on our companion podcast, Live at America’s Town Hall, where you can hear live constitutional conversations held here at the National Constitution Center and across America.

Questions or comments? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.

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Best of 2018: ‘Madison, the Media, and the Mob’ Live at America’s Town Hall

Best of 2018: ‘Madison, the Media, and the Mob’ Live at America’s Town Hall

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