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    After Words with Steve Case

    Entrepreneur & AOL co-founder Steve Case talks about his efforts to create start up opportunities, spur innovation & create jobs around the country.

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    In Depth with Chris Hedges

    Author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges joins Book TV to talk and take calls about political revolution, war, incarceration in America and other topics. His books include “America: The Farewell Tour” and “The Greatest Evil Is War.”

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    After Words with Cynt Marshall

    Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall spoke about her life and career. She was interviewed by Washington Post sports enterprise reporter Michael Lee.

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    After Words with Chloe Sorvino

    Forbes Magazine's Chloe Sorvino reported on the future of the U.S. meat industry. She was interviewed by former George W. Bush administration Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman.

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  • <em>Pay Up</em>

    Pay Up

    Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani offered her thoughts on the future of women in the workforce. Sixth and I Historic Synagogue in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program.

  • <em>Unreasonable - Black Lives, Police Power, and the Fourth Amendment</em>

    Unreasonable - Black Lives, Police Power, and the Fourth Amendment

    UCLA law professor Devon Carbado spoke about the Fourth Amendment which defines “unreasonable searches and seizures” and the power of the police. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this event.

  • <em>Giuliani</em>

    Giuliani

    Journalist Andrew Kirtzman spoke about the life and career of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. P&T Knitwear Books in New York City hosted this event.

  • <em>Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop</em>

    Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop

    Author and political scholar Lee Drutman explored the causes of polarization in the United States and argued that the solution involves having more political parties. This event was part of the Fall for the Book festival in Fairfax, Virginia.

  • <em>Fiery (But Mostly Peaceful)</em>

    Fiery (But Mostly Peaceful)

    Julio Rosas, senior writer for Town Hall, talked about his coverage of Antifa during the protests that took place in the summer of 2020 and argues that the mainstream media failed to report on how destructive they were. During this virtual event, Mr. Rosas was…

  • <em>The Bond King</em>

    The Bond King

    Mary Childs, co-host of NPR’s “Planet Money” podcast, talked about the career of PIMCO founder Bill Gross, who revolutionized the bond market in the during the 1980s. This event was part of the Fall for the Book festival in Fairfax, Virginia.

  • <em>Religious Liberty and the American Founding</em>

    Religious Liberty and the American Founding

    Notre Dame professor Vincent Munoz argued that the Founders' had a considerably different understanding of religious freedom than Americans do today. This event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC.

  • <em>The Newspaper Axis</em>

    The Newspaper Axis

    Author Kathryn Olmsted talked about the American media titans of the pre-World War II years and their influence on public perceptions of President Franklin Roosevelt and his policies. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted…

  • In Depth with Peter Baker and Susan Glasser

    In Depth with Peter Baker and Susan Glasser

    Peter Baker (New York Times) and Susan Glasser (New Yorker) joined Book TV to talk and take calls about Russia, the Trump administration, U.S. foreign policy and more. Their books include Kremlin Rising and The Divider.

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