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    In Depth with Joan Didion

    Ms. Didion talked about her career from 1963 to 1996 and about the body of work she produced during that period, including 5 works of fiction and 5 works of non-fiction. She wrote…

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    In Depth with Camille Paglia

    Professor Paglia talked about her writing and teaching career and about her books. She also talked about American culture, feminism, the state of American politics, and her experiences…

    4,351 views
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    U.S. Policy Toward Iraq

    Guests talked about U.S. policy toward Iraq and congressional resolutions on the issue. Representative Wilson serves on the House Armed Services Committee and is in favor of U.S.…

    4,227 views
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    Writings of Upton Sinclair

    Guests talked about the history of the Progressive Era, the Industrial Revolution, and labor practices at the turn of the century through the Writings of Upton…

    3,632 views
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    In Depth with Cornel West

    Professor West talked about his career and his entire body of work and responded to audience telephone calls, faxes and electronic mail. Professor West has written or edited more than…

    3,057 views
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    In Depth with bell hooks

    bell hooks talked about her life and writings and responded to viewer comments and questions. Ms. hooks is a Professor of English at City College, and the Graduate Center of the…

    2,665 views
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    Writings of Ayn Rand

    From Sunset Boulevard and the Harmony Gold Theater, the guests talked about the political history of America and the world from the mid-1930s to post-World War II through the life and…

    2,538 views
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    In Depth with Jacques Barzun

    Jacques Barzun was born in France in 1907 and emigrated to the United States in 1920. He was a history professor at Columbia University and, later, Dean of Faculties and Provost. He is…

    2,393 views
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    Writings of Benjamin Franklin

    Guests examined the history of the pre-revolutionary era and Early Republic through the writings of Benjamin Franklin, publisher, scientist and early-American diplomat. Franklin wrote…

    2,190 views
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    Writings of Mark Twain

    Guests examined the history of post-Civil War Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, and race relations through the writings of Mark Twain. Ms. Fishkin is the author of Lighting Out for…

    2,134 views
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    In Depth with James McPherson

    Professor McPherson talked about his life and his writings. He has taught history at Princeton since 1962, and his specialty is the American Civil War and Reconstruction. He is…

    2,098 views
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    Discussion of Homer's Odyssey

    Professor Lombardo and other panelists discussed his latest translation of Homer’s Odyssey and talked about the enduring importance of the work. During the course of the…

    1,982 views
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    In Depth with John Lukacs

    Author and historian John Lukacs discussed his body of work, including numerous books on twentieth century European and military history. He also responded to audience telephone calls,…

    1,827 views
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    Covering Presidential Campaigns

    Mr. Broder talked about his experiences on the presidential campaign trail. He also
    responded to viewer calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

    1,665 views
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    In Depth with Martin Gilbert

    British historian Martin Gilbert is the official biographer of Winston Churchill. Sir Martin was knighted in 1995 for service to British history and international relations. He is…

    1,393 views
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    Writings of Ernie Pyle

    Guests talked about the life and writings of Ernie Pyle and his view of the 1930s and 1940s, focusing on his reporting from the front lines in World War II. They read several from Here…

    955 views
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    Writings of Henry Adams

    The program looks at the Gilded Age with an exploration of the works of Henry Adams, including his Pulitzer Prize winning "The Education of Henry Adams". Adams was the great-grandson of…

    818 views
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    Festival Interview

    Mr. Vidal talked about his newest book and other relevant topics. He responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

    809 views
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    In Depth with Richard Rhodes

    Mr. Rhodes, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of 18 books, talked about his body of work, his life and career, and about the art of writing. He also responded to viewer comments and…

    771 views
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    They Marched Into Sunlight, Part 1

    David Maraniss was interviewed about his book, They Marched Into Sunlight, published by Simon and Schuster. The book tells the story of two events in October 1967. One event was a…

    643 views
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