A Look Back With Aaron Aaron Sorkin on Writing "Steve 2 days ago   06:35

The Paley Center for Media
At PaleyFest NY on October 4, 2019, creator and writer Aaron Sorkin discusses the funny story of his unusual path to creating The West Wing, his musical inspirations for memorable episodes, and his opinions on modern politics and the need for responsible, educated voters. The full conversation of this event is available at http://www.paleytv.org

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Ech. The problem isn't voters, the problem is the structural racism and discrimination. It's voter discrimination, it's access, it's convoluted antiquated laws designed to keep middling white men who want to stay rich in a position to repress everyone else. Stop blaming everyday people who do the best they can in a fucking corrupt system.
Krzysztof Nieradko
Any place where we can watch the whole panel?
Meryl Simmons
West wing needs to be rebooted. I mean I will watch any TV series by Aaron Sorkin but I think the West Wing would be very appropriate.
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Aaron Sorkin on Writing "Steve A Look Back With Aaron 2 days ago   04:31

Aaron talks about his writing process for the movie "Steve Jobs" and shares his love of overhearing other people’s conversations.

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