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    Henry Luce and Publishing in the 20th Century

    Alan Brinkley talked about his book, The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century. Then he was joined in a discussion on journalism and history moderated by Professor Kaplan. The…

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    Kennedy 1961 Crises in Cuba and Berlin

    Historian Alan Brinkley discussed the crises President Kennedy faced in 1961, including the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Berlin Crisis, and the lessons he learned from those events. He…

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    The New Deal: Social Security and Labor Relations

    A panel discussion was held on the historical impact of the 1935 Social Security Act and the National Labor Relations Act on American life and society, as well as the current state of…

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    Book Discussion on Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Alan Brinkley, former provost of Columbia University, talked about his book Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Oxford University Press, 2009). He recounts the life of the thirty-second president…

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    After Words with Alan Brinkley

    Mr. Brinkley explores the life and career of Henry Luce, who was credited with reinventing the magazine industry within a decade. The co-creator of Time magazine and creator of…

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    Book Discussion on The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century

    Alan Brinkley talked about his book The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century (Knopf; April 20, 2010). Henry Luce was only 24-years old when he published the first issue of Time…

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    Roosevelt's Advisers

    A panel discussion was held on President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s policy advisers, focusing on his earliest advisers dealing with the Great Depression. The panelists discussed…

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    Visions of Peace in an Age of War

    Alan Brinkley spoke about the way in which different societies envisioned power during the previous world wars and aspirations cultures had in the hopes that the post war life would be…

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    J. Anthony Lukas Prize

    Winners of the 2000 Lukas Prize discussed the craft of writing narrative non-fiction and how they approached the research for their books. The prize is named for Pulitzer Prize-winning…

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    Our American Democracy

    Panel members talked about American democracy and leadership throughout our history.

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    State of U.S. History

    History professors talked about the state of U.S. history during a forum at Columbia University moderated by Professor Brinkley. Following their discussion, panelists answered…

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    Book Discussion on Big Trouble

    Panelists discussed the book, Big Trouble: A Murder in a Small Western Town Sets Off a Struggle for the Soul of America by J. Anthony Lukas. Mr. Lukas died last June and the book…

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    Political Legacy of the New Deal

    The panelists discussed the importance of the New Deal in postwar U.S. politics through the continuing debate over programs such as social security and welfare. Following their…

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    The Past and Future of Democracy

    Historians and an editor discussed lessons from the past which can be used to help citizens be effective participants in U.S. democracy. They attempted to answer the question, “Why…

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    Book Discussion on Slouching Towards Gomorrah

    Judge Bork talked about his new book, Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline, published by Reganbooks. He described what voters are looking for in the…

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    Assault on Affirmative Government

    Panelists examined the current backlash against the government as the cause of various problems, including economic anxiety and social change. They also discussed the influence of such…

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    Franklin Roosevelt's Communication Legacy

    Panelists examined how U.S. presidents since Roosevelt have used the media to further their political agendas and popularity with the people.

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    Television Coverage of National Conventions

    In part 3 of a 5-part series, radio, television and newspaper reporters and news executives discussed the effects of television coverage on national political conventions.

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