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  • Sarah Ferris on 2018 Budget Resolution and Tax Reform
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    Sarah Ferris on 2018 Budget Resolution and Tax Reform

    Sarah Ferris talked about the next steps for the Republican 2018 budget resolution and tax reform framework which had recently passed in the Senate.

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  • Controversial Generals of the Civil War Saturday Session Part 4
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    Controversial Generals of the Civil War, Saturday Session, Part 4

    Pamplin Historical Park hosts a symposium called “Generals We Love to Hate” looking at some of the more controversial military leaders of the Civil War.

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  • Journalists on Covering Opioid Addiction and Abuse
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    Journalists on Covering Opioid Addiction and Abuse

    Journalists from the Washington Post and CBS’s “60 Minutes” discussed their work on a joint investigation into the influence U.S. pharmaceutical companies have over Congress and the federal…

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  • Panel Discussion on Banned Books
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    Panel Discussion on Banned Books

    David Levithan, author of Two Boys Kissing, Coe Booth, author of Kinda Like Brothers, and Ariel Schrag, author of Stuck in the Middle, talked about banned books.

    194 views
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    American Character

    Colin Woodard talked about his book American Character, in which he chronicles the struggle between individual liberty and the common good and its effect on the country. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

  • Controversial Generals of the Civil War Saturday Session Part 3
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    Controversial Generals of the Civil War, Saturday Session, Part 3

    Pamplin Historical Park hosts a symposium called “Generals We Love to Hate” looking at some of the more controversial military leaders of the Civil War.

    35 views
  • Maine Historical Society Library
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    Maine Historical Society Library

    Jamie Rice highlighted some of the oldest items in the Maine Historical Society archives' special collections. Located in downtown Portland, the Maine Historical Society archives is a statewide historical…

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    Shaking the Faith

    Elizabeth De Wolfe talked about her book Shaking the Faith, in which she shares the story of former Shaker Mary Marshall Dyer’s 50 year campaign to denounce the Shaker religion and win back the custody of…

  • The WadsworthLongfellow House
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    The Wadsworth-Longfellow House

    Kathleen Neumann shares the story of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s life inside the Wadsworth-Longfellow House and the influence Portland had on the poet. Built in 1785 by his grandfather, the…

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    The Lobster Coast

    Colin Woodard, author of The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators, and the Struggle for a Forgotten Frontier, explained the beginnings of the Maine lobster industry and how it preserves itself. Maine’s lobster…

  • Controversial Generals of the Civil War Saturday Session Part 2
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    Controversial Generals of the Civil War, Saturday Session, Part 2

    Pamplin Historical Park hosts a symposium called “Generals We Love to Hate” looking at some of the more controversial military leaders of the Civil War.

    49 views
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    Give Work

    SamLeila Janah talked about her book Give Work, in which she discusses a business model designed to lift poor communities out of poverty. She spoke with Professor Laura Tyson.

    337 views
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    Chicagonomics

    Professor Lanny Ebenstein talked about his book, Chicagonomics: The Evolution of Chicago Free Market Economics. He was interviewed at FreedomFest, one of the largest libertarian conferences…

    459 views
  • Washington Journal Stuart Taylor Discusses Campus Sexual Assault Policies
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    Stuart Taylor on Campus Sexual Assault Policies

    Author Stuart Taylor discussed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s decision to rescind Obama-era guidance on how colleges and universities should handle sexual assaults under Title IX federal…

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  • Washington Journal Kate Aronoff Discusses Rural Electric Cooperatives
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    Kate Aronoff on Rural Electric Cooperatives

    Kate Aronoff, a contributor to Dissent Magazine, discussed her piece in the Summer 2017 issue looking at rural electric cooperatives and the role they could play not only in transforming the…

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  • Controversial Generals of the Civil War Saturday Session Part 1
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    Controversial Generals of the Civil War, Saturday Session, Part 1

    Pamplin Historical Park hosts a symposium called “Generals We Love to Hate” looking at some of the more controversial military leaders of the Civil War.

    97 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 2

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

    195 views
  • Washington Journal Kevin Baron Discusses US Presence in Niger
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    Kevin Baron on U.S. Presence in Niger

    Kevin Baron discussed U.S. military presence in Niger and the deaths of four American service members that occurred there.

    215 views
  • French Defense Minister on National Security
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    French Defense Minister on National Security

    French Defense Minister Florence Parly said scrapping the Iran nuclear agreement would be a “gift” to Iranian hardliners and a “first step towards future wars.” This comes after President Trump’s…

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  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephones and social media were open for viewer calls and comments on the question: What are your thoughts on the “fallen soldier” controversy? Earlier in the week, controversy arose when Congresswoman…

    275 views
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