Washington Journal Authors Week 2018

by etouhey


December 23-30

All Segments 8:30-9:30AM ET.


SUN DEC 23:  Crystal Fleming, "How To Be Less Stupid About Race"

Author and sociologist Crystal Fleming discusses her book about race theory and her recommendations to

readers about how to be more "racially literate."


MON DEC 24:   Oren Cass, "The Once and Future Worker"

Manhattan Institute senior fellow Oren Cass discusses the rise in automation and its impact on American workers. 


TUES DEC 25:   Juan Williams,  "What the Hell Do You Have to Lose? : Trump's War on Civil Rights"

Author and Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams discusses his latest book which details the Trump administration's efforts

to roll back the civil rights movement


WED DEC 26:    Alan Dershowitz, "The Case Against Impeaching Trump"

Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz discusses why he thinks President Trump's

actions thus far don't reach the threshold of committing "high crimes and misdemeanors."


THURS DEC 27:  Alissa Quart, "Squeezed:  Why Our Families Can't Afford America"

Alissa Quart, executive editor of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, examines the lives of middle-class Americans who are struggling to make ends meet and the economic policies that she says have failed them.


FRI DEC 28:  Mona Charen, "Sex Matters:  How Modern Feminist Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense"

Syndicated columnist Mona Charen discusses her belief that modern feminism is undermining the success and happiness

of men and women across the country


SAT DEC 29:   Sarah Kendzior, "The View from Flyover Country"

Author Sarah Kendzior discusses her collection of essays illustrating the economic and social struggles throughout middle America.


SUN DEC 30:   Chris McGreal, "American Overdose"

Author and journalist Chris McGreal discusses his journey through the lives and communities devastated by the opioid epidemic.