BOSTON PUBLIC RADIO
3:11 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

BPR: John King, Laurence Tribe, Treas. Steve Grossman, Summer Camp, Nancy Koehn

Jim and Margery talked about summer camp -- good memories, horrifying experiences, and whether you would ever want to go back.
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BPR 6/10/14

  • CNN's John King talked about the prisoner exchange to bring home Bowe Bergdahl, shootings in Portland, Seattle and Las Vegas, and a new press junket by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. King is CNN's chief national correspondent, and host of Inside Politics.
  • Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe talked about his new book, which is a forensic look at the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts. Tribe's new book is Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution.
  • State Treasurer Steve Grossman was back in Studio Three to talk about his prospects ahead of Saturday's state Democratic convention.
  • Do you have summer camp horror stories? Jim and Margery opened the lines to talk about the opening of the summer camp season.
  • Harvard Business historian Nancy Koehn talked about California Chrome — the horse that failed to win the Belmont Stakes and therefore horse racing's hallowed Triple Crown. Koehn is the author of Ernest Shackleton Exploring Leadership.

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