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    Juanita Jones Abernathy on Civil Rights

    Juanita Jones Abernathy, widow of Reverend Ralph David Abernathy, recounted her experiences during the Civil Rights Movement. Mrs. Abernathy participated in events such as the…

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    Newsmakers with Governor Steve Bullock

    Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT), the new chair of the Democratic Governors Association, talked about issues facing governors across the country and his party’s efforts to re-elect more…

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    Book Discussion on When Lions Roar

    Thomas Maier talked about his book, When Lions Roar: The Churchills and the Kennedys, in which he examines the relationship between the Kennedy and Churchill families, from Joseph…

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    Role of Editorial Cartoonists

    Jack Ohman talked about the role editorial cartoonists play in expressing public opinion as well as some of the best of the craft in 2014.

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    Campus Sexual Assault

    John Foubert talked about efforts by students, faculty, and administrators to address campus sexual assaults.

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    Priorities of the 114th Congress

    Stephen Moore previewed the economic priorities for the 114th Congress. Topics included immigration, energy policy, health care, and Republicans' relationship with President Obama.

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer response to the question “Who had the best/worst year in Washington in 2014?”

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    Book Discussion The Nazis Next Door

    Eric Lichtblau talked about his book, The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men, about the influx of Nazis who entered the United States following World…

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    After Words with Damon Root

    Damon Root talked about his book Overruled: The Long War for Control of the Supreme Court, in which he explores the battle between those who believe the Supreme Court should engage in…

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    Future of Conservatism

    Panelists talked about how conservative principles could be applied to contemporary issues. They also discussed potential challenges facing Republican presidential candidates in 2016,…

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    Book Discussion on The Case Against the Supreme Court

    Erwin Chemerinsky talked about his book The Case Against the Supreme Court, in which he argues that while Supreme Court justices have a reputation for being objective, evidence shows that…

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    Henry Ford's Publications on Jews

    Professor Jonathan Sarna talked about how industrialist Henry Ford founded and supported a newspaper that published anti-semitic articles. This class was from his course called…

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    Inside the Supreme Court

    Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan talked about her career, her approach to law, and her experiences serving on the Supreme Court. She spoke about diversity and collegiality in the high…

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    Book Discussion on Outpost

    Christopher Hill talked about his book, Outpost: Life on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy, about his career as a diplomat. He appeared on Colorado Public Radio’s…

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    Communicators with Amy Mitchell

    Amy Mitchell talked about political polarization and its relationship with media-viewing habits. She discussed a recent study from the Pew Research Center that showed committed…

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    Presidential Campaign of 1864

    Panelists talked about factors that had an impact on President Lincoln’s re-election campaign in 1864. They spoke about President Lincoln’s expansion of presidential war powers…

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    Panel Discussion on Corruption

    Zephyr Teachout, author of Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United, and Janine Wedel, author of Unaccountable: How Elite Power Brokers Corrupt our…

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    Interview with Jonathan Yardley

    Jonathan Yardley spoke about his life and career. A former book critic for the Washington Post, Mr. Yardley retired after a 33-year tenure and having written approximately 3,000…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewers to comment on the question “Should civics education be mandatory?” The question was inspired by an article in the Wall Street Journal that…

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    Collegiate Sports Programs

    Steve Berkowitz talked about issues affecting colleges with major sports programs, including reforms suggested by college and governmental policymakers. Topics included the movement to…

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