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    The World I Never Made

    James Baldwin talked about the civil rights movement, the mistaken worship of innocence and immaturity, the interdependent connections of the world, the U.S. guilt from taking Native…

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    Situation in Iraq

    Mr. Squitieri talked about operations in Iraq, the security situation and the transfer of power to Iraqi authorities. He also responded to viewer comments and questions.

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    Summit on Afghan Reconstruction

    Participants in a second annual summit on Afghanistan talked about the status of reconstruction efforts in the country. Among the topics addressed were the development of…

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    Independent Political Candidates

    The panelists on the first panel talked about media coverage of independent candidates. Ms. Salit moderated this panel. The panelists on the second panel talked about radicalism…

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    Experiences in Afghanistan

    Journalists talked about their experiences covering military operations in Afghanistan and about the dangers to reporters in various war zones. Following their remarks they answered…

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    Covering Wars

    Mr. Squitieri spoke about his experiences as a reporter in a war zone. He was present in several conflicts including wars in Haiti, Central America, the Persian Gulf, Bosnia, and…

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    News Review

    Mr. Squitieri talked about news of the day, congressional redistricting, and the new census population data. He responded to audience phone calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

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    Daybook Interview

    Mr. Squitieri discussed news stories and the Senate impeachment trial. He responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

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    Daybook Interview

    Mr. Squitieri talked about current headlines and took audience calls, faxes and electronic mail.

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    Daybook Interview

    In the daybook interview Mr. Squitieri talked about current headlines and took audience calls, faxes and electronic mail. Mr. Enda talked the president’s trip to South…

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    News Review

    The three foreign correspondents discussed issues relating to U.S. foreign policy, including the continuing civil war in the former Yugoslavia and the changing economic and political status…

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    Conflict in Former Yugoslavia

    Mr. Squitieri the evolving political situation in the former Yugoslavia and the decision on the United Nations-sponsored peace plan presented to the Bosnian Serb parliament.

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    Life of a Participatory Journalist

    Mr. Plimpton, now editor of The Paris Review, addressed the audience on his experiences as a journalist who writes from first hand experiences.

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    U.S.-Thailand Relations

    The prime minister discussed his country’s desire to increase trade with the United States. He also discussed his wishes for the Cambodian peace process. He was in…

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    Current Events in Poland

    The Polish prime minister’s appearance came during a 3-day visit in the United States during which he and President Bush signed business and economic treaties. His remarks were…

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    Economy and International Policy of Italy

    Italian Prime Minister Giovanni Goria addressed the National Press Club on the economic and international policy of his country. In his speech he addressed his role in improving the…

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    Middle East Trip

    Reverend Jesse Jackson addressed the National Press Club on his recent trip to the Middle East and Africa as a part of a U.S. humanitarian and fact finding mission. He warned of the…

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    Political Discussion

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