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    Q&A with Rory Kennedy

    Documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy talked about her movie Last Days in Vietnam., which looks at the final chaotic days of the Vietnam War and the massive evacuation of U.S. personnel and…

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    Q&A with Richard Norton Smith

    Richard Norton Smith talked about his book, On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller, in which he chronicles the life and legacy of America’s 41st Vice…

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    Q&A with Bob Timberg

    Bob Timberg talked about his book, Blue Eyed Boy, in which he recounts his experiences in Vietnam and subsequent career in journalism. In 1967, Mr. Timberg was a Marine just 13…

    775 views
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    Q&A with Johnnetta Cole

    Johnnetta Cole, director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, talked about the museum as it marked its fiftieth anniversary. She also spoke about her career as an…

    614 views
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    Q&A with Sally Quinn

    Sally Quinn talked about her life and career. She spoke about the “OnFaith” blog, which she helped originate at the Washington Post and is now owned by online venture,…

    3,119 views
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    Q&A with Jenny Beth Martin

    Jenny Beth Martin talked about her book, Tea Party Patriots: The Second American Revolution, on her role in founding the tea party movement and the grassroots level work it was…

    1,042 views
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    Q&A with Rick Perlstein

    Rick Perlstein talked about his book, The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan, the third in a series by Mr. Perlstein tracing the evolution of the conservative…

    1,381 views
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    Q&A with David Fahrenthold

    David Fahrenthold talked about his article for the Washington Post on Medicare fraud involving power wheelchairs, as well as other investigative reports he’s worked on involving…

    1,443 views
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    Q&A with Judge Robert Katzmann

    Judge Robert Katzmann talked about his book, Judging Statutes, which explores his views on federal judges' interpretations of the the laws passed by Congress. His belief in deciphering…

    924 views
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    Q&A with Representative Charlie Rangel

    Representatives Charles Rangel (D-NY) talked about his more than 40 years in the House, as well as his life before entering public office. Mr. Rangel had recently won the…

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    Q&A with Pat Buchanan

    Pat Buchanan talked about his book, The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority, in which he argues that President Nixon overcame political defeats…

    1,651 views
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    Q&A with Edmund Morris

    Edmund Morris talked about his book, This Living Hand: And Other Essays, his forthcoming book on Thomas Edison and his career as a biographer of presidents and other notable historical…

    987 views
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    Q&A with Sylvia Morris

    Sylvia Jukes Morris talked about her book, Price of Fame: The Honorable Clare Boothe Luce, her second volume on the politician, socialite, writer, and diplomat who lived from 1903 to 1987.…

    747 views
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    Q&A with Michele Flournoy

    Michele Flournoy talked about defense budget cuts, foreign policy, and U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. She also spoke about the creation of the Center for a New American…

    1,057 views
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    Q&A with Fred Kaplan

    Fred Kaplan, author of John Quincy Adams: American Visionary, talked about the sixth U.S. president and shared his experiences as a biographer of literary and political figures such as Gore…

    838 views
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    Q&A with George Will

    George Will talked about his latest book, A Nice Little Place on the North Side: Wrigley Field at 100, which examines the story of the Chicago Cubs. He also talked about his career as a…

    1,596 views
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    Q&A with Wayne Frederick

    Wayne A.I. Frederick talked about the challenges facing Howard University and other historically black colleges, as well as the state of higher education in the United…

    2,055 views
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    Q&A with Daniel Schulman

    Daniel Schulman talked about his book, Sons of Wichita: How the Koch Brothers Became America’s Most Powerful and Private Dynasty, in which he chronicles the Koch family’s rise…

    1,154 views
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    Q&A with Sharyl Attkisson

    Sharyl Attkisson talked about her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. Ms. Attkisson left CBS News in March 2014 after more than 20 years at the network. She…

    4,879 views
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    Q&A with Lisa Myers

    Lisa Myers talked about her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. In January 2014, Ms. Myers left NBC News after 33 years at the network. Ms. Myers won…

    865 views
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