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Guardian: Oliver Burkeman Interviews Michael Sandel

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“Whether we are arguing about MPs’ expenses or assisted suicide, we need to engage with the moral ideals underlying our political debates.”
- Michael Sandel

Michael Sandel was only 21 when fate brought him into dramatically close contact with the big questions of morality that would come to dominate his life. In 1974, while at university, he landed a summer internship at the Houston Chronicle’s understaffed Washington bureau, and ended up covering Watergate — sitting in on the Supreme Court deliberations on the Nixon tapes, and the subsequent impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill. [...]

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