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  • After Words with Peter Navarro

    After Words with Peter Navarro

    Former Trump administration official Peter Navarro offered his thoughts on how former President Trump can win the 2024 presidential election. He was interviewed by Washington Examiner senior political correspondent David Drucker.

  • In Depth with Dan Abrams

    In Depth with Dan Abrams

    Author, television host, and Abrams Media founder and CEO Dan Abrams joined Book TV to talk and take calls about U.S. legal history and the American legal system today. His books include Lincoln’s Last Trial and Alabama v. King.

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  • <em>Nigger - The Strange Career of a Troublesome Word</em>

    Nigger - The Strange Career of a Troublesome Word

    Harvard Law School professor Randall Kennedy discussed the word “nigger” and its various meanings and uses, and examines the controversies triggered by the word. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program.

  • After Words with Barbara Walter

    After Words with Barbara Walter

    How do civil wars start and could one happen again in the U.S.? Barbara Walter examined the warning signs that often precede civil wars and discussed what can be done to stop them. She was interviewed by Smith College Middle East Studies chair and Brookings…

  • <em>Assignment Russia</em>

    Assignment Russia

    Journalist Marvin Kalb recalled his early career as a foreign correspondent in Russia during the Cold War. This event was hosted by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

  • After Words with Chris Stirewalt

    After Words with Chris Stirewalt

    Political columnist & former Fox News political editor Chris Stirewalt argued that the media puts profits over good journalism. Mr. Stirewalt was fired from Fox News after the 2020 election. He was interviewed by Reason Magazine editor and Reason Roundtable…

  • Conversation on Climate Change

    Conversation on Climate Change

    Juli Berwald and Edith Widder discussed life in the world’s most delicate environments and the impacts of climate change. They spoke the 2022 Library of Congress National Book Festival.

  • <em>Leader</em>

    Leader

    Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-TX) talked about what went on behind-the-scenes during his time in Congress and the legislative successes the Republicans had during the 1990s. Mr. Armey was joined by former Republican Senator Phil Gramm of Texas…

  • After Words with Vince Ellison

    After Words with Vince Ellison

    Vince Ellison argued Democratic Party leaders and their progressive policies are purposely misleading the American public and destroying the country. He was interviewed by syndicated columnist and television host Armstrong Williams.

  • <em>America, Goddam - Violence, Black Women, and the Struggle for Justice</em>

    America, Goddam - Violence, Black Women, and the Struggle for Justice

    Ohio State University associate professor Treva Lindsey looked at the legacy of anti-Black violence against Black women and girls in U.S. history. The Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, Ohio, hosted this event.

  • Author Conversation on Conspiracies in America

    Author Conversation on Conspiracies in America

    Brendan McConville and Elizabeth Williamson spoke about historic and modern-day conspiracy theories in American. They spoke at the 2022 Library of Congress National Book Festival.

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