Margaret Chase Smith Lectureship on Public Affairs Additional Resources

Nora Tyson, Retired Vice Admiral United States Navy, Oct. 2, 2018: Margaret Chase Smith and Me: The Importance of Leadership

Angus King, United States Senator, November 10, 2016: Maine and Climate Change: The View from Greenland

Susan Collins, United States Senator, March 31, 2015: Incivility and Hyperpartisanship: Is Washington a Symptom or the Cause

Susan Collins, United States Senator, March 23, 2006: Ethics of Conscience: Continuing the Legacy of Margaret Chase Smith

Alan Brinkley, Provost of Columbia University and the Allan Nevins Professor of History, September 23, 2004: Civil Liberties after 9/11: Lessons from Past Assaults on Freedoms

Madeleine Kunin, Former Governor of Vermont and U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland, April 24, 2003: Leadership: Creating Change

Matthew Murray, Chairman and Assoc. Professor of Economics, and Associate Director, Center for Business and Economic Research, University of Tennessee, October 13, 2000: Analyzing State Tax Systems

Michael Dukakis, Former Massachusetts legislator and Governor, October 20, 1994: Healthcare Reform: Where Do We Go From Here

Larry Sabato, Robert Kent Gooch Professor of Government at the University of Virginia and author, April 8, 1994: Strategies and Tactics in Political Advertising

Blanche Wiesen Cook, Professor of History and Women’s Studies at the John Jay College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York; author of Eleanor Roosevelt: Volume One, April 19, 1993: Eleanor Roosevelt: Women, Politics, and Power

Edmund S. Muskie, Former Governor of Maine, Secretary of State and U.S. Senator, April 23, 1992: Towards a Constitutional Convention for the Global Environment

Hedrick Smith, Former New York Times correspondent and author, political commentator, October 16, 1990: Inside Gorbachev’s USSR

John Kenneth Galbraith, Distinguished Economist / Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, April 11, 1990: Perspectives on a Changing Europe

Hodding Carter, Print and Broadcast Journalist, September 26, 1988: Politics of Conscience: Public Office/Public Trust

Donna Shalala, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin, September 25, 1988: Politics of Conscience: The Hallmark of Integrity