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  • Cold War Considered
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    Cold War Considered

    A panel of speakers including Polish Senator Anna Maria Anders and former Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus considered how the relationship between Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II…

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  • Cold War Recollections
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    Cold War Recollections

    Former Czech Republic President Václav Klaus offered his thoughts about the Cold War politics and personalities of the Reagan era, and his assessment of their historical importance. This was from a…

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  • Mayor Strickland on Memphis Tennessee
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    Mayor Strickland on Memphis, Tennessee

    Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland talks about the history and politics of the city. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2018 LCV Cities Tour” in Memphis, Tennessee, from…

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  • Author Discussion on President Trump and the Republican Party
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    Author Discussion on President Trump and the Republican Party

    Republican political strategist Rick Wilson, Everything Trump Touches Dies, and the Council on Foreign Relations' Max Boot, The Corrosion of Conservatism, offered their thoughts on…

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  • Interview with Rania Abouzeid
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    Interview with Rania Abouzeid

    Book TV talked to journalist Rania Abouzeid about the Syrian War.

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  • QA with Representative Jackie Speier
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    Q&A with Representative Jackie Speier

    Representative Jackie Speier (D-CA) talked about her memoir Undaunted: Surviving Jonestown, Summoning Courage, and Fighting Back. In 1978, Representative Speier was a congressional staffer working for…

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  • emAt the Strangers Gateem
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    At the Strangers' Gate

    Adam Gopnik talked about his book, At the Strangers Gate: Arrivals in New York.

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  • The Presidency and Impeachment
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    The Presidency and Impeachment

    Constitutional scholars Philip Bobbitt and Akhil Reed Amar discussed how the U.S. Constitution defines impeachable offenses for the President. Philip Bobbitt, who was legal counsel to the Senate select…

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  • Senator Bill Nelson Concession Speech
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    Senator Bill Nelson Concession Speech

    In response to unofficial election results following both machine and hand recounts, Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) conceded the Florida U.S. Senate race to Governor Rick Scott (R) in a…

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  • Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum
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    Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum

    During the 19th century, Memphis was a hub for slave trading due to its location on the Mississippi River. While the river was used to ship slaves into the city, it was also used to help them escape to the…

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  • British Prime Minister May Says She Plans to See the Brexit Deal Through
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    British Prime Minister May News Conference

    British Prime Minister Theresa May held a news conference in London following news reports questioning her political future after several cabinet leaders resigned over the latest Brexit deal. She…

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  • History of Cotton in Memphis
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    History of Cotton in Memphis

    During the mid-19th century, cotton was king. Historian Wayne Dowdy explained how vital this crop was the Memphis economy and its continuing effects on race and culture in the city. C-SPAN’s Local…

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  • Open Phones with Crystal Fleming
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    Open Phones with Crystal Fleming

    Crystal Fleming, sociology and Africana studies professor at Stony Brook University, offered her thoughts on race in America and took national viewer phone calls.

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  • 1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley Virginia
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    1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley, Virginia

    In 1619, 35 English settlers arrived in Berkeley, Virginia, upriver from Jamestown. We talked to Graham Woodlief, descendant of the group’s leader, Captain John Woodlief, about how these…

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  • Open Phones with Alissa Quart
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    Open Phones with Alissa Quart

    Alissa Quart talked about the economic pressures that American families face today and took national viewer phone calls.

    102 views
  • Native American History
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    Native American History

    Western History Association president Donald Fixico described current areas of study for western historians and how the field of Native American history has changed over the past decade. He…

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  • Last Days of Martin Luther King Jr
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    Last Days of Martin Luther King, Jr.

    On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Museum historian Ryan Jones of National Civil Rights Museum talked about his final days…

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  • Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II
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    Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II

    Callista Gingrich, U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, talked about the diplomatic relationship between President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II. She spoke at the White House Writers Group…

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  • British Prime Minister May on Latest Brexit Negotiations
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    British Prime Minister May on Latest Brexit Negotiations

    British Prime Minister Theresa May updated members in the House of Commons on the latest round of Brexit negotiations following an emergency meeting with her cabinet.

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  • Alan Dershowitz and David Kaplan
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    Alan Dershowitz and David Kaplan

    Alan Dershowitz, The Case Against Impeaching Trump, and David Kaplan, The Most Dangerous Branch: Inside the Supreme Court’s Assault on the Constitution, discussed their recent books.…

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