Coverage of the 2017 Miami Book Fair featuring MSNBC's Charles Sykes; journalist Sharyl Attkisson; president emerita of Spelman College Beverly Daniel Tatum; and more.

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    10:30 AM EST

    How the Right Lost Its Mind

    Charles Sykes talked about his book How the Right Lost Its Mind, in which he weighs in on President Trump and the conservative movement. He spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    11:17 AM EST

    The Ghost

    Jefferson Morley talked about his book The Ghost, in which he recounts the life of the late CIA official James Angleton.

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    11:31 AM EST

    Beyond the Messy Truth

    Van Jones talked about his book Beyond the Messy Truth, in which he offers his thoughts on the current political landscape. He spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    1:21 PM EST

    Open Phones with Charles Sykes

    Charles Sykes talked about his book, How the Right Lost Its Mind, about the conservative movement. He also responded to viewer questions and comments. He spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    2:15 PM EST

    Open Phones with Sharyl Attkisson

    Journalist Sharyl Attkisson talked about her book, The Smear, about how smear tactics are used to influence public opinion. She also responded viewer questions and comments. She spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    2:59 PM EST

    The Man Who Invented Christmas

    Les Standiford talked about his book The Man Who Invented Christmas, in which he recalls Charles Dickens' writing of A Christmas Carol. He spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    3:45 PM EST

    Why are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria

    Beverly Daniel Tatum talked about her book Why are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria, in which she offers her thoughts on race relations. She spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    4:01 PM EST

    Poet Laureates Robert Haas and Charles Simic

    Poet Laureates Robert Haas and Charles Simic discussed their writing lives.

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    5:19 PM EST

    The Art of Death

    Edwidge Danticat talked about her book The Art of Death, in which she looks at how writers approach the subject of death. She spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.

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    5:33 PM EST

    Fantasyland and Hue 1968

    Kurt Andersen, author of Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire, and Mark Bowden, author of Hue 1968: A Turning Point in the Vietnam War, talked about their books. They spoke at the 2017 Miami Book Fair.