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    Washington Journal: Smithsonian Institution

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Washington Thursday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Week in Review

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    U.S.-Japanese Relations

    Prime Minister of Japan, Noboru Takeshita, discussed Japanese initiatives in the areas of economic relations with the U.S., problems of developing countries, and defense. In his…

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    Realities Facing the U.S. Military

    Secretary of the Navy James Webb talked about the need for open discussion regarding whether, and how, the U.S. can maintain commitments throughout the world. He said that commitments…

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    Beyond the Summit: Next Steps in Arms Control

    Ambassador Paul Nitze discussed five tasks to be pursued in the wake of the Dec. 8 signing of the INF treaty: ratification of the treaty, continued work on the START treaty, space and…

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    Reagan-Gorbachev Summit

    The former New York Times editor and foreign correspondent, Harrison Salisbury, delivered a speech to the National Press Club titled “Looking at the Summit from Moscow and…

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    Democracy in Central America

    The Salvadoran President Jose Napoleon Duarte discussed the struggle to establish and consolidate constitutional democracy in El Salvador and the role of U.S. support in solidifying the…

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    Political Discussion

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    Week in Review

    The guests discussed the news headlines from the week and responded to callers' questions.

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    Economic Policy

    Mr. Mollison discussed the criteria for selecting the chairman of the Federal Reserve. Due to the age of the source media, the video breaks up. 

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    Freedom of Information

    After the presentations of awards, Michael Gartner spoke about freedom of the press and the Freedom of Information Act. He answered questions from the audience.

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    HIV/AIDS Epidemic in America

    Elizabeth Taylor spoke about her work on behalf of those afflicted with HIV/AIDS, the work of the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), and called on officials and citizens to take…

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    Economics & Politics

    Professor James Buchanan spoke of winning the 1986 Nobel Prize for Economics and his views on economics. Professor Buchanan answered questions from the audience.