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State of Denial: 
The Inside Story on the War in Iraq
The 2007 William S. Cohen Lecture with
Bob Woodward, Assistant Managing Editor,
The Washington Post
and
Watergate:  A Conversation
with Secretary William S. Cohen and
Journalist Bob Woodward

Moderated by Don Carrigan, WCSH6/WLBZ2


 

Multi-Media

Video (requires QuickTime 7.4)
State of Denial 1 hr 16 min
Watergate 1 hr 27 min

Photo gallery

 

Held at Hauck Auditorium on October 5, 2007
and
sponsored by:
Bangor Daily News
WCSH6/WLBZ2/Gannett Foundation
Alan Miller Fund for Excellence in
Communication Journalism

The Honors College
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Raymond H. Fogler Library
The William S. Cohen Center for
International Policy and Commerce

The William S. Cohen Papers Forum provides a setting for public discussion of current affairs and raises awareness about the diverse research material in the collection. The topic of the series changes each year, thus involving faculty, students, and community members from various disciplines. For more information call (207) 581-2665 or e-mail spc@umit.maine.edu.

The 2007 William S. Cohen Lecture, a function of UMaine's William S. Cohen Center for International Policy and Commerce, was the sixth since the series began in 1997. Cohen delivered the first lecture in the series in March of 1998. Prior Cohen lecturers featured Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in October 1999, retired U.S. Senator and former astronaut John Glenn in 2001, former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in 2003, and CBS correspondent Dan Rather in 2005.  The subsequent 2009 Lecture was delivered by United States Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.


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