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    Uses of Twitter

    Panelists talked about uses for Twitter, and answered questions from audience members. Some of the uses they discussed were journalism, politics, revolutions, and…

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    Influences in American Politics

    Three authors debated what ethos predominates in America. Robert Kuttner argued that it is the power of wealth. Robert George argued that it is America’s traditional moral…

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    Rebranding Republicans

    “Rebranding Republicans: Don’t Misunderestimate Us” was a panel at the 61st Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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    Poverty and Income in 2006

    Following remarks by Strobe Talbott and Mayor Bloomberg on poverty and social policy, participants talked about a recent report by the Census Bureau on poverty and family income for 2006.…

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    News Review

    Mr. George talked about headline news stories and responded to audience telephone calls, faxes and electronic mail.

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    Funniest Celebrity in Washington Contest

    This annual charity event featured comedy routines by Washington notables Senator Tom Daschle, former Secretary Dan Glickman, Cal Thomas, P.J. O’Rourke, Arianna Huffington, Judlyne…

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    Reaction to Senator Lott on BET

    The guests talked about Senator Lott’s recent remarks, including his appearance on BET.

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    Sights and Sounds of Harlem Book Fair

    Authors, publishers, and book lovers talked about the Harlem book fair, their new books, and other issues. Many of the books dealt with African Americans and urban issues.

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    National Public Affairs

    Guests talked about current newspaper headlines, national politics, and the presidential nomination races. They also responded to viewer calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

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