Good Governance

  1. Reducing the Influence of Money in Politics, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman
  2. Reimagining & Replacing CapitalismPeter Joseph, author of "The New Human Rights Movement"
  3. The Responsibilities of HappenstanceLeigh Middleditch, of counsel at McGuireWoods and co-founder of the Sorensen Institute
  4. The Gerrymander Meander, Jennifer Bevan-Dangel, Executive Director of Common Cause Maryland
  5. Weeds of Democracy in the Garden of FascismDaniel BrumbergDirector of Democracy and Governance Studies at Georgetown University
  6. Constitutional Endurance: Freedom vs. SecurityTom Ginsburg, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Comparative Constitutions Project
  7. The Electoral College: Political By Design, Mark Graber, Professor of Constitutionalism at the University of Maryland School of Law
  8. Constitutional Framers And YouKat ImhoffPresident and CEO of James Madison's Montpelier & Doug SmithVice President of the Montpelier Foundation Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution
  9. Political Crops: Instructions on How to Grow,  Tom Walls, Executive Director of the Sorensen Institute
  10. The Epicenter of American Policy Making: Local GovernmentsMark Funkhouser, Publisher of Governing Magazine and former Mayor of Kansas City, MO, Zach Patton, Executive Editor of Governing Magazine, and Peter Harkness, Founder and Publisher Emeritus of Governing Magazine 
  11. What the Governor Really a Professional Baseball Player?, Harry Hughes, former Governor of Maryland
  12. Taking Ownership of Your Country, Your Resources, and Your VoiceDavid Azerrad, of The Heritage Foundation
  13. Making the Buses Run on Time & the Legacy of MLK and the Civil Rights MovementIke LeggettMontgomery County Executive
  14. Are Our Politicians Electing Voters? Chris Carson, the national President of the League of Women Voters