More Than One Paradigm Shift...

Eliot Spitzer, J.D. ’84, is scheduled to speak next week as part of a lecture series on institutional corruption.

Eliot Spitzer, J.D. ’84, identified in publicity for the event (including an advertisement in the November 6 Crimson) as former governor and attorney general of New York, will give a talk hosted by Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics as part of a lecture series on "the question of institutional corruption." His talk, titled "From Ayn Rand to Ken Feinberg—How Quickly the Paradigm Shifts," will be a ticketed event held in Emerson Hall next Thursday, November 12, at 4:30 p.m.

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