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The Archibald Cox Memorial Lecture

First in the Archibald Cox Memorial Lecture Series

The Archibald Cox memorial lecture series will bring together activists,
academics, public officials, members of the legal community and the public
at large to discuss how we might continue to work for the advancement and
preservation of the "government of laws" that Cox envisioned.  The first
lecture in the series features a champion of open and ethical government in
New York State, Mario Cuomo, ruminating on the legacy of Abraham Lincoln,
lawyer, president, touchstone of American democracy and a giant in the fight
for a country based on sound moral principles and bound by the rule of law.




at CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave. @ 34th St.





Toward a Stronger More United America

Through Positive Values


Mario Cuomo, attorney, author, lecturer, and former three-term Governor of
New York State, has been called upon frequently to discuss and debate the
subject of "values" in today's political dialogue. Now he is suggesting how
those values can operate to enhance-instead of paralyze-the government of
laws that leaders like Abraham Lincoln and Archibald Cox envisioned. 


Mario Cuomo was elected New York State's 52nd Governor in 1982 and won
re-election in both 1986 and 1990. He was the longest serving democratic
governor in the modern history of New York State and won the two largest
electoral victories ever. Governor Mario M. Cuomo reentered private practice
at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, New York in 1995.


REGISTER AT 212-817-8215



Common Cause/NY is proud to be co-sponsoring a series of lectures in memory
of Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor investigating the Watergate scandal
who was fired by the Nixon White House in the "Saturday Night Massacre" in
1973. He went on to sit on the Common Cause National Governing Board from
1976 to 2001, including serving as the Chairman of Common Cause from 1980 to
1992 and serving as its Chairman Emeritus until his death in 2004. In his
formal statement after being fired for not bowing to Nixon's refusal to turn
over documents, Cox stated, "'whether we shall continue to be a government
of laws and not of men is now for the Congress and, ultimately, the American
people to decide."

Common Cause is a nonpartisan nonprofit advocacy organization founded as a
vehicle for citizens to make their voices heard in the political process and
to hold their elected leaders accountable to the public interest.