The 2019 Paul O'Dwyer Endowed Lecture: The Ethical Uses of Fear in Politics

Many political leaders have invoked fear in order to drum up popular support for military action, persuade Americans to accept new policies, or to tighten their grasp on power. The panelists of the 2019 Paul O'Dwyer Endowed Lecture explore the ethical considerations of using fear for political purposes.

Panelists

Ben Fallon, GSPM '98 - Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Legislative Affairs, Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Gus Martinez - Senior Legislative Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton; GSPM Adjunct Professor

Scott McHugh, GSPM '12 - Director of Crisis Management and Security, LyondellBasell

Angela Struebing, GSPM '01 - President, CDR Fundraising Group; GSPM Adjunct Professor

Moderator

Dr. Matt Dallek - GSPM Professor

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