Paul Hawken, environmentalist and entrepreneur, created the catalog and retail company Smith and Hawken and is the author of "The Ecology of Commerce." He discusses his book with a City Club audiences.
Deval Patrick, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, speaks about his experiences working in the Clinton Administration.
President Bill Clinton addresses the City Club of Cleveland.
The Sam Sheppard Case: The Public's Right to Know vs. The Right of the Defendant to a Fair Trial Unprejudiced by Excessive Publicity presented by Doris O'Donnell and J. Michael Murray.
Archibald Cox, Common Cause national chairman, addresses the audience at the City Club Forum on the topic of a controversial analysis of the S&L situation. As Watergate special prosecutor in 1973, Cox became perhaps America's most respected lawyer, leading a relentless pursuit of the Nixon administration's abuses of presidential power. His firing in the 'Saturday Night Massacre,' Oct. 23, 1973, led to unraveling of scandals that eventually forced President Nixon from office.