Robert Moses was once a very powerful man in New York State second only to the Governor himself. He was the man responsible for building New York’s tunnels, bridges, parks, parkways and even World’s Fairs. Some people called him a genius and others called him a tyrant. Which one was he? This lecture might help you decide. St. John’s University professors Howard Ehrlich and Harvey Sackowitz are the presenters. This is a Zoom presentation that will be shown in the library or can be viewed from home.