Sexual Harassment and GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain

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Sexual Harassment and GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain

New allegations about GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain once again raises the issue of sexual harassment: How it’s defined today in the workplace and elsewhere.

GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain faced an onslaught of questions yesterday related to sexual harassment claims made in the late 1990’s. The National Restaurant Association allegedly paid two female employees to settle harassment complaints against Mr. Cain who was, at the time, head of the trade group. He first denied the report and then said he’d been falsely accused: Join us to talk about what the allegations may mean for Herman Cain’s presidential prospects and current perspectives on the issue of sexual harassment.

Guests

Emma Coleman Jordan

professor of law at Georgetown University.

John Harris

editor in chief, politico.com; author of "The Survivor" and co-author of "The Way to Win."

Erica Salmon Bryne

Erica Salmon Byrne
senior vice president, compliance advisory services and assistant general counsel, Corpedia Inc, an ethics, compliance and risk assessment consulting company.

Ruth Marcus

columnist and editorial writer, The Washington Post.

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