Michael Nutter on the Campbell Conversations

Oct 29, 2016

American cities have been under great pressure, the city of Syracuse is 'exhibit A' of how poverty and infrastructure challenges can threaten their future. Earlier this year, Michael Nutter stepped down from the mayor’s office in Philadelphia, after serving two terms.  He managed to leave as one of the most respected mayors, and respected politicians of any kind, in the nation. In this edition of the Campbell Conversations, host Grant Reeher talks with Nutter about the different challenges facing cities, the problem of infrastructure, how cities have fared under the Obama administration, and the politics of race.