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Time and chance: Gerald R. Ford's appointment with history

Jul 11, 2004 0:15:00

This is a one hour documentary chronicling the life of Gerald R. Ford. Produced by WGVU-TV in Grand Rapids, MI. Directed by me "Rob Byrd" in 2004. Produced and written by Mike Grass. This production was nominated for an Emmy.

Becky Blank interview with Gerald Ford

May 23, 2004 0:20:41

Rebecca Blank, former dean of the Ford School, interviews late President Gerald R. Ford. The interview includes former President Ford's thoughts on public service, political trends and his reflection on his time at U-M. May, 2004.

James Levinsohn: Trade policy

Nov 23, 2003 0:43:57

James Levinsohn talks about trade policy at the 2003 J. Ira & Nicki S. Harris Family Professorship Lecture titled, "Trade Policy as Development Policy." November, 2003.

White House Decision Making from Ford to Bush panel

Sep 23, 2003 1:31:02

Panelists David Gergen, Ann Lewis, and Roger Porter discuss the decision making processes in the different administrations starting with Gerald R. Ford and going to George W. Bush. September, 2003.

Brent Scowcroft: Changes Since September 11

Sep 11, 2002 1:24:08

Keynote Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, and panelists Marina Whitman and David Featherman discuss changes since September 11 in the panel titled "One Year After: Changes in Policy, Politics and Public Attitudes Since Sept 11, 2001." September, 2002.

Ford School Naming Panel Discussion

Sep 10, 2000 1:33:19

Ford School Naming Ceremony: Panel Discussion. Includes comments from Gerald R. Ford, Lee Bollinger, Brent Scowcroft, James Lynn, Carla Hill, and James Cannon. September, 2000.

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Naming Ceremony

Sep 10, 2000 1:31:20

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Naming Ceremony includes remarks from Gerald R. Ford, Lee C. Bollinger, Henry Kissinger, John Engler, Rebecca Blank, Nancy Cantor, Omorotimi Lewis, and Rebecca McGowan. September, 2000.

What’s Next for US Foreign Policy?

Nov 27, 2021 0:00:00

Ambassador Dawn M. Liberi, Ambassador Hugo Llorens, Ambassador Alexander Vershbow and moderator Ambassador Ronald Neumann discuss the future of U.S. foreign policy after the presidential election 2020.