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    Kevin Cirilli on the Congressional Agenda

    Kevin Cirilli, reporter for The Hill, previewed the House and Senate congressional agenda for the upcoming week.

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    Q&A with Don Ritchie and Ray Smock, Part 2

    Senate Historian Emeritus Donald Ritchie and former House Historian Raymond Smock talked about the history of the House and Senate, including the leaders, characters, legislation, and…

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    President Gerald R. Ford Birthsite and Gardens

    Ken Backman talked about the Gerald R. Ford Birth Site and Gardens in Omaha, Nebraska. The memorial site commemorates the birth site of Leslie King, Jr., who later became Gerald R.…

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    History of Strategic Air Command

    Brian York talked about the Martin Bomber Plant, which produced the two historic B-29 bombers, Enola Gay and Bockscar. The two B-29's carried the atomic bombs that were dropped on…

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    After Words with Carol Berkin

    Carol Berkin, history professor at Baruch College, examines the motivations for the creation of the Bill of Rights, and the debates that it spurred, which are echoed today. She speaks…

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    Communicators at the Consumer Electronics Show

    Technology entrepreneurs and lobbyists were interviewed at the Consumer Electronics Show fair in Washington, D.C. They described the policy issues that concern them, such as protections for…

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    Book Discussion on Buckley and Mailer

    Professor Kevin Schultz talked about his book, Buckley and Mailer: The Difficult Friendship that Shaped the Sixties. He spoke with University of Chicago professor Jane Dailey.…

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    Book Discussion on Perimeters of Democracy

    Heather Fryer talked about her book, Perimeters of Democracy: Inverse Utopias and the Wartime Social Landscape in the American West, on the government’s use of internment during World…

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    Book Discussion on Black Print with a White Carnation

    Amy Forss talked about her book, Black Print with a White Carnation: Mildred Brown and the Omaha Star Newspaper, 1938-1989. Founded by Mildred Brown in 1938, the Omaha Star is…

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    Book Discussion on Rights in the Balance

    Mark Scherer talked about the precedent set in the Supreme Court case Nebraska Press Association v. Stuart. In 1975, Erwin Simants murdered six members of the Kellie family in the rural…

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    Book Discussion on The Tallgrass Prairie Reader

    Author John Price talked about his anthology The Tallgrass Prairie Reader. In the early 19th Century, the tallgrass prairie stretched from Texas all the way to Canada, but less than four…

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    Book Discussion on Ahead of Their Time: The Story of the Omaha Deporres Club

    Author Matt Holland talked about Ahead of Their Time: The Story of the Omaha Deporres Club. In his book he recounts the club’s fight for equality and the resistance it faced from both…

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    Immigrants and American Opportunity

    Philanthropist Mike Bezos, the father of Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, talked about his experiences emigrating from Cuba at age 16, and how he became successful. He told how when his…

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    Polling on Patriotism and the American Dream

    Karlyn Bowman, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, spoke by phone about her study on what it means to be patriotic and the state of the American dream.

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    John Dickey on the Future of Radio

    John Dickey talked about the future of radio at the Talkers Magazine 25th Anniversary Conference.

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    FDA Trans Fats Ban

    Associated Press reporter Mary Clare Jalonick spoke by phone about the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) ban on trans fats, as well as how the agency puts bans on certain food…

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    U.S.-Cuba Diplomatic Relations

    Associated Press White House Reporter Josh Lederman spoke by phone about President Obama’s announcement of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba and the opening of…

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    Gun Ownership in the U.S.

    Columbia University Professor Bindu Kalesan talked about a study examining gun ownership in the U.S. and the so-called “social gun culture.”

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    New Member of Congress, Representative Don Beyer

    Representative Don Beyer (D-VA) talked about his role as a new member of Congress. He owns a number car dealerships in the Washington, D.C., area, and previously served as U.S. ambassador…

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