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  • Michigan State Capitol
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    Michigan State Capitol

    Michigan moved its capital from Detroit to Lansing in 1847. Matthew VanAcker, director of the Michigan Capitol Tour Service, explained why Lansing was chosen and gave a tour of the House and Senate chambers.…

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  • James Turner and the Origins of Lansing
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    James Turner and the Origins of Lansing

    Lansing became Michigan’s capital city in 1847. In her book, Pioneers, Reformers, & Millionaires, author Elizabeth Homer explains how the city was chosen and the role pioneer James Turner played in getting…

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  • Book TV in Lansing Michigan
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    Book TV in Lansing, Michigan

    C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2019 LCV Cities Tour” in Lansing, Michigan, from June 20-26, 2019, to feature the history and literary life of the…

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  • Pete Hegseth Discusses emIn the Arenaem
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    In the Arena

    Pete Hegseth talked about his book, In the Arena: Good Citizens, a Great Republic, and How One Speech Can Reinvigorate America, in which he discusses Theodore Roosevelt’s “Citizenship in a…

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  • Washington Journal Daniel Strauss  Julia Manchester Discuss Political News
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    Daniel Strauss & Julia Manchester Discuss Political News

    Politico’s Daniel Strauss and The Hill’s Julia Manchester discuss Campaign 2020 and political news from Capitol Hill.

  • Representative Elissa Slotkin on Michigans 8th Congressional District
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    Representative Elissa Slotkin on Michigan's 8th Congressional District

    Representative Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) talked about the 8th Congressional District, including its history and economic drivers. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2019 LCV…

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  • emIt Came From Something Awfulem
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    It Came From Something Awful

    Dale Beran talked about his book, It Came from Something Awful: How a Toxic Troll Army Accidentally Memed Donald Trump into Office, in which he profiled the counterculture online hub 4chan.…

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  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones

    Join us with your calls and comments on social media as we review the latest news headlines out of Washington.

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  • Washington Journal 09222019
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    Washington Journal 09/22/2019

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  • Oak Ridge Tennessee After the Manhattan Project
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    Oak Ridge, Tennessee After the Manhattan Project

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory veteran Al Ekkebus talked about the World War II nuclear weapons program known as the Manhattan Project, the program’s aftermath and the impact on the main…

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  • emSacred Libertyem
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    Sacred Liberty

    Steven Waldman, author and co-founder of the multifaith site Belief.net, talked about his book, Sacred Liberty: America’s Long, Bloody, and Ongoing Struggle for Religious Freedom, in which he provided…

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  • New Research on Alexander Hamilton
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    New Research on Alexander Hamilton

    Historian Michael Newton talked about his book, “Discovering Hamilton: New Discoveries in the Lives of Alexander Hamilton, His Family, Friends, and Colleagues, From Various Archives Around the…

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  • Joe Biden Accuses President of Trump of Abuse of Power
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    Joe Biden News Conference at Iowa Steak Fry

    Today Former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke to reporters as he arrived at the Polk County Steak Fry in Des Moines, Iowa.

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  • Union Seventh West Virginia Infantry After the War
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    Union Seventh West Virginia Infantry After the War

    Mark Snell, co-author of The Seventh West Virginia Infantry, talked about the activities of the Union regiment both during the war and after, including the dedication of a monument at…

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  • emAn Innocent Bystanderem
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    An Innocent Bystander

    Author and journalist Julie Salamon talked about her book, An Innocent Bystander: The Killing of Leon Klinghoffer, in which recalled the murder of Leon Klinghoffer, a disabled Jewish New…

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  • Open Phones with David Treuer
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    Open Phones with David Treuer

    David Treuer provided a history of Native Americans from 1890 to today. He discussed his book and took viewer phone calls from the 19th annual National Book Festival in Washington, DC.

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  • Cumberland Valley Railroad
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    Cumberland Valley Railroad

    Scott Mingus, co-author of Targeted Tracks, talked about the importance of the Cumberland Valley Railroad during the Civil War. This was a one-track railroad running from Hagerstown,…

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  • Secret Lives of Michigan Objects
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    Secret Lives of Michigan Objects

    The “Secret Lives of Michigan Objects” Exhibit highlights Michigan-related artifacts and experiments with new and different ways to present these objects in a museum setting. Michigan History Center Museum…

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  • Interview with Sarah Ferris on Week Ahead in Congress
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    Interview with Sarah Ferris on Week Ahead in Congress

    Sarah Ferris of Politico talks about the week ahead in Congress.

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  • emThe Great Partnershipem
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    The Great Partnership

    U.S. Army War College History Professor Christian Keller talked about his book, The Great Partnership: Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and the Fate of the Confederacy, in which he…

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