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    Book Discussion on Assignment to Hell

    Timothy Gay presents a history of American war reportage during World War II. The author followed five journalists as they reported from the front lines of battle, Walter Cronkite…

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    Book Discussion on Keys to the Kingdom: A Novel of Suspense

    Former Senator Bob Graham (D-FL) presented his novel that centers around the murder of a senator who is killed just prior to his op-ed on the investigation into the September 11 terrorist…

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    Florida Midterm Senate Election

    Larry Lipman reported by telephone about the election for U.S. Senate in Florida. The incumbent is first-term Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. His likely opponent is Republican…

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    Terrorism

    Mr. Wiesel discussed the Holocaust, human rights, and his writing. He also talked about terrorism and the threat it posed to future peace. Following his remarks he responded…

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    Humor in Public Life

    Secretary Glickman talked about the role that humor plays in public life and its importance in leadership roles. He also reflected on humorous stories from his tenure as Secretary of…

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    Investigative Reporting

    Mr. Woodward spoke about the state of investigative reporting since the 1960's. He also focused on the public backlash against the press, the coverage of the Monica Lewinsky scandal,…

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    The Tobacco Industry

    Nick Brookes talked about the tobacco industry’s efforts to be more open about the dangers of smoking and about its efforts to curb teen smoking. He said that critics of the…

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    Administration Foreign Policy Goals

    Mr. Berger spoke about the foreign policy achievements of the Clinton administration. Among the issues he addressed were the prospects for Middle East peace as well as conflicts…

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    Year 2000 Readiness

    Mr. Koskinen spoke about efforts to protect America’s infrastructure from any potential computer problems resulting from the date change on January 1, 2000. He said that…

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    Urban Education

    Mr. Price talked about the implementation of higher standards in America’s public schools. He stressed that higher standards are needed but they should not be implemented…

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    Homelessness Issues

    Mrs. Gore spoke about several programs designed to relieve the problems of homelessness, especially for those who are mentally ill. She concentrated on ways federal assistance…

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    American Theater

    Ms. Smith talked about the 49-year history of the Arena Stage theater in Washington, DC. She described the development of not-for-profit theaters, as well as the outreach, school…

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    Why Is There A Marine Corps?

    General Jones talked about the mission of the Marine Corps. He focused on the need for equipment modernization, and their role in foreign affairs. After his prepared remarks he…

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    U.S. Foreign Policy

    Ambassador Rohatyn talked about relations between the U.S. and France, focusing on French attitudes toward American democracy, the economic integration of Europe, and Europe’s role in…

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    Media Coverage of the 2000 Presidential Campaign

    As part of a conference, “Are We Asking the Right Questions?: A Conference on Watchdog Journalism for Campaign 2000,” former Senator Simpson and journalists talked about media…

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    Adoption Issues

    Mr. Thomas talked about the start of his restaurant chain and the success of the business. He also focused on his own adoption and his efforts to increase adoption…

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    South African Issues

    Archbishop Tutu talked about the end of apartheid, the election of Nelson Mandela, and South Africa in the age of reconciliation. After his comments he answered questions from the audience.…

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    Youth Crime in America's Cities

    Mayor Menino was in Washington to unveil a new institute to serve youth, education and families and to improve the quality of life in towns and cities. The mayor is chairman of the…

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    Future of Turkey

    Prime Minister Ecevit talked about his recent meeting with President Clinton regarding U.S. and Turkish relations. He also focused on the earthquake in Turkey that killed hundreds of…

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    National Museum of the American Indian

    Mr. West talked about plans for the National Museum of the American Indian which is scheduled to open on the national mall in 2002 and the next day’s groundbreaking…

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