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    Panel Discussion on California History

    Steven Hackel, Junipero Serra: California’s Founding Father; Les Standiford, Water to the Angels: William Mulholland, His Monumental Aqueduct, and the Rise of Los Angeles; and Miriam…

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    History of Fort Mose

    Vicki Tiseth and Kathleen Deagan talked about the history of Fort Mose and what researchers learned about the Fort during excavations that took place more than 250 years after its…

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    Open Phones with Sam Quinones

    Sam Quinones, author of Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic, talked about his book and responded to viewer calls. He was interviewed at the 2015 Los Angeles Times…

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    Book Discussion on Citizen: An American Lyric

    Claudia Rankine talked about her book, Citizen: An American Lyric, with playwright and University of Southern California professor Brighde Mullins. She spoke at the 2015 Los Angeles Times…

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    2015 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Sunday

    Book TV is LIVE from day two of the 20th annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on the campus of the University of Southern California. Our schedule of coverage includes: 2:00 PM…

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    American History TV in St. Augustine, Florida

    C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2015 LCV Cities Tour” in St. Augustine, Florida, from March 22-26 to feature the history and literary life…

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    Ford's Theatre and the Lincoln Assassination

    Eric Martin talked about the history of Ford’s Theatre and the assassination of President Lincoln. He spoke about the immediate aftermath of the assassination on April 14, 1865,…

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    Lincoln's Last Ride

    A horse procession commemorating “Lincoln’s Last Ride” began on 15th Street near the White House and concluded at Lincoln’s Cottage. A riderless horse…

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    Book Discussion on Bubba Toothed Bandit

    Professor Tracey Eaton talked about his book, Bubba Toothed Bandit: Tale of a Texas Bank Robber, about the story of a reformed criminal who reverted to a life of crime and claims to have…

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    Book Discussion on Mr. Flagler's St. Augustine

    Thomas Graham talked about his book Mr. Flagler’s St. Augustine, in which he tells the story of Henry Flagler, one of the wealthiest men in America, who turned the…

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    Responses to the Lincoln Assassination

    David McKenzie and Sarah Jencks talked about an online project which sought to collect first person accounts of ordinary Americans' responses to the assassination of President Lincoln.

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    Ford's Theatre "Silent Witnesses" Exhibit

    The “Silent Witnesses” exhibit at Ford’s Theatre was profiled. The exhibit brought together many of the artifacts present at the theatre on the night of President…

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    House Where Lincoln Died

    James Swanson, author of Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer, gave a tour of the Petersen House, where President Lincoln died after being shot by John Wilkes…

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    U.S.-Cuba Relations

    Frank Mora joined to talk about the future of U.S.-Cuba relations following the island nation’s removal from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terror.

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    Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal

    Lori Wallach talked about recently introduced legislation introduced that would give President Obama special authority to expedite, also known as"fast track," negotiations on the…

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    Foreign Policy Challenges

    Max Boot talked about foreign policy challenges facing the U.S. At the top of the program he spoke at length about his Wall Street Journal piece on the President Obama’s foreign…

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    1970 IRS Film Right on the Button

    This 1970 Internal Revenue Service documentary showed how computers are used to process income tax returns.

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    St. Augustine's Civil Rights Movement

    Professor Michael Butler talked about the Civil Rights Movement in St. Augustine, Florida, and visited some of the key locations of the movement. He spoke about the place where…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer responses to the question, “How would you change the presidential campaign process?”

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    Book Discussion on Rust: The Longest War

    Jonathan Waldman talked about his book, Rust: The Longest War, about the damage caused by rust in the U.S. and the efforts across the country to combat it. He said that the damage…

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