You Might Be Right

By Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs at University of Tennessee

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Former Tennessee Governors Bill Haslam and Phil Bredesen take on topics including crime, the media, gun violence, and education disparities with expert guests of differing viewpoints. From the Howard H. Baker Jr. School of Public Policy and Public Affairs at the University of Tennessee, "You Might be Right" aims to inspire the next generation of leaders in government, public policy, and public service by demonstrating that thoughtful civil conversations about tough topics are still possible.

Episode Date
What is the history and future of presidential debates?
Jun 24, 2024
How can we disagree better?
Mar 26, 2024
Is the Electoral College the best way to elect a president?
Mar 12, 2024
What is the Role of Traditional Media in a Presidential Election?
Feb 27, 2024
Can a Third-Party Candidate Succeed?
Feb 13, 2024
Is Our Primary System Working?
Jan 30, 2024
Phil and Bill Discuss Their Political Parties
Jan 16, 2024
Phil & Bill Talk Immigration Policy
Dec 19, 2023
Carly Fiorina: On Running for President and Staying Engaged in our Democracy
Nov 07, 2023
Our Kids are Struggling. Who Can Help Them? – with Melissa Kearney and Richard Reeves
Oct 31, 2023
Entrepreneurship: What it takes to be successful, and should government have a role? - with Sarah Bellos and Brad Smith
Oct 17, 2023
Affirmative Action and College Admissions: What Happens Now? - with Sarah Isgur and Marie Bigham
Oct 03, 2023
How will AI Affect Democracy? - with Sarah Kreps and Bruce Schneier
Sep 19, 2023
How Secure is Your Vote? – with Brad Raffensperger and Jocelyn Benson
Sep 05, 2023
Why are there no more Walter Cronkites? - with Judy Woodruff and Chris Stirewalt
Jul 18, 2023
Do we need a democracy renovation? – with Danielle Allen
Jul 04, 2023
Are Term Limits a Good Idea? - with Lindsay Chervinsky, Lee Drutman and Jerry Seib
Jun 20, 2023
Do we need a new strategy to address disparities in public education? - with Robert Pondiscio and Dr. Carol Johnson-Dean
Jun 07, 2023
What are the Best Ways to Address Crime? – with Jennifer Doleac and Ja’Ron Smith
May 23, 2023
Why is it so controversial to teach American history today? – with Jon Meacham and Robert Woodson
May 10, 2023
Introducing season 2 of “You Might Be Right”
May 10, 2023
Am I using my morals as a weapon or a gift? - with Arthur Brooks
Dec 20, 2022
What is the future of global trade? - with Fred Smith and Tim Fitzgerald
Nov 22, 2022
What is the Senate filibuster and why should we care? – with Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker
Nov 15, 2022
What still ails us a decade after the Affordable Care Act? – with Nancy-Ann DeParle and Larry Van Horn
Oct 26, 2022
What can be done about the affordable housing crisis? – with Laurie Goodman and Erskine Bowles
Oct 19, 2022
How important is it to address our national debt? – with Paul Ryan and Barry Eichengreen
Oct 05, 2022
Where do charter schools fit in public education? – with Nina Rees and Kaya Henderson
Sep 28, 2022
Are we moving fast enough to address climate change? - with Al Gore and Jeff Lyash
Sep 21, 2022
What can we do about gun violence? - with Arne Duncan and David French
Sep 14, 2022
Introducing “You Might Be Right”
Aug 29, 2022