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    American Politics 2008

    Republican and Democratic partisans talked about current events in Washington and around the world on topics including the war in Iraq, immigration, and health care. They focused on…

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    Emergency Preparedness Health Summit

    Secretary Leavitt talked about threats posed by disease pandemics and government preparations for emergency response to such outbreaks. He talked about various past pandemics and the…

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    Leadership in America

    Mr. Gergen moderated a forum titled “America’s Best Leaders: How do they lead?  Where are they taking us?” Among the issues addressed by panelists were…

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    Situation in Lebanon and Syria

    Mr. Zuckerman talked about the situation in Lebanon and Syria. He served as a Special Envoy to the Middle East under President Clinton. He also responded to telephone calls,…

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    Responsible Journalism

    Mr. Zuckerman and Mr. Lopate discussed the responsiblity of journalists in today’s society. They focused on the personalization of stories and how tabloid…

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    Washington Journal: Monday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    U.S. News & World Report Editorial Meeting

    Members of the editorial board discussed the layout and contents of this week’s issue.

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    Intelligence Gathering By Civilians

    Witnesses testified about whether clergy members and journalists should ever be exempt from being CIA informers because of safety concerns.

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    C-SPAN Sunday Journal

    Mr. Weinberger and Mr. Palmer talked about news headlines, especially U.S. Haiti policy and midterm elections. Mr. Zuckerman talked about why Fidel Castro has survived…

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    Book Discussion on U.S. News & World Report

    Mr. Zuckerman spoke about the Whitewater investigation and the credibility of U.S. News & World Report. He took calls from viewers concerning a number of issues including foreign…

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    Life and Career of Mortimer Zuckerman

    Publisher and developer Mortimer Zuckerman discussed his background and views. He recounted how he attended Harvard Law School, but has never practiced law. He began his career as…

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    U.S. News and World Report 60th Anniversary

    Various clips of the anniversary festivities for \f2U.S. News & World Report\fR were shown. Mr. Baer discussed how the anniversary edition was developed and laid…

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    News Review

    Mr. Adelman, Mr. Zuckerman and Mr. Ignatius discussed recent events in the Soviet Union.

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    U.S.-Chinese Relations

    Mr. Zuckerman discussed U.S.-Chinese relations, his interview with the President of China, and the announcement of President Bush to extend most favored nation status to China.

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    China

    Topic was the cover story “Inside China: The First Interviews with China' Leaders Since Tiananmen Square.”

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    American Media & the Middle East

    Complete title is “The American Media & the Middle East: What Standards Should Apply?”

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    Partners in Urban America

    Harvard Law Professor Arthur Miller conducted a discussion entitled “Partners in Urban America: Private Development in the Public Interest.” The program was sponsored by a…

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    Public Competition for Private Investment

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosted a symposium on public-private partnerships where a panel of politicians, experts and professionals discussed the concept of public competition for…

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