Ethics in America employs the Socratic method to build analytic skills and think through ethical dilemmas. With content drawn from literature, the Bible, European tradition, and contemporary American problems, this series aims to sharpen moral reasoning without trying to persuade you to adopt a particular position. As we Americans enter the 21st century we seem to have lost our sense of community. This loss has left many of us asking the most fundamental of all ethical questions: Who are my neighbors and what do I owe them? This ten-part series dissects some of the hard choices that we face when we make our decisions. Peter Jennings, Mike Wallace, Gerladine Ferraro, Newt Gingrich, and Antonin Scalia are among those featured as guests on the program.  Ethics in America is an Annenberg PBS series.

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