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  • 19th Century Irish Immigration
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    19th Century Irish Immigration

    Historian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: Atlantic Seaboard States and the Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Immigration Policy. This…

  • Heurich Brewing Company
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    Heurich Brewing Company

    The Heurich House in Washington, DC, was built by Christian Heurich, a German immigrant who started a successful brewing company in 1872. Today, we learn how Prohibition and World War I…

  • Panelists Discuss Intelligence Gathering and Terror Threats
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    National Security Forum, Role of Intelligence

    Panelists talked about the role intelligence gathering plays in countering terror threats. Participants included National Counterterrorism Center Director Nick Rasmussen and the former…

  • President Reagans Berlin Wall Speech
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    President Reagan's Berlin Wall Speech

    Speechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President Reagan’s Berlin Wall speech and trip to West Berlin. 2017 is the 30th anniversary of President Ronald…

  • President Johnson and the 1967 SixDay War
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    President Johnson and the 1967 Six-Day War

    Foreign policy scholars talked about the Johnson administration’s response to the June 1967 Six-Day War and how the outcome of the conflict has had a continuing effect on the situation in…

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    The Art of Access

    David Cuillier, director of the School of Journalism at the University of Arizona, talked about his book, The Art of Access: Strategies for Acquiring Public Records. This interview, recorded on the…

  • Confederate General Jubal Earlys Reputation
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    Confederate General Jubal Early's Reputation

    Professor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate general, focusing on his loss to Union General Philip Sheridan during the 1864 Shenandoah Campaign. She also…

  • Washington Journal Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 2

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on news of the day.

  • Washington Journal Anthony Cordesman Discusses Potential Troop Increases in Afghanistan
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    Anthony Cordesman Discusses Potential Troop Increases in Afghanistan

    Anthony Cordesman of the Center for Strategic & International Studies discusses a potential troop increase in Afghanistan.

  • Washington Journal Chris Jacobs and Sam Berger Discuss Senate GOP Health Care Bill
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    Chris Jacobs and Sam Berger Discuss Senate GOP Health Care Bill

    Chris Jacobs, of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, and Sam Berger, of the Center for American Progress, discuss the Senate’s health care legislation released last week and the future of…

  • Washington Journal Leo Shane Discusses President Trumps Reliance on Generals
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    Leo Shane Discusses President Trump's Reliance on Generals

    Leo Shane spoke by phone aboutPresident Trump’s reliance on generals in his administration.

  • Panelists Discuss State of US Homeland Security
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    Capitol Hill National Security Forum, Strengthening Homeland Security

    Panelists talked about ongoing efforts to improve the state of U.S. homeland security. Speakers included Obama administration Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and George W. Bush…

  • Washington Journal 06252017
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    Washington Journal 06/25/2017

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

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on news of the day.

  • US Military in China
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    U.S. Military in China

    Military historian Geoff Babb talked about the U.S. military’s relationship with China, beginning in the late 18th century and through the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

  • NASA Holds Briefings on August 21 Solar Eclipse
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    NASA Solar Eclipse Briefings

    Researchers from NASA and its partner universities were panelists speaking at a briefing on the science behind the total solar eclipse expected on August 21, 2017, the first total solar…

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    City on the Verge

    Mark Pendergrast talked about his book City on the Verge: Atlanta and the Fight for America’s Urban Future, in which he looks at urban revitalization in Atlanta and its impact on the…

  • California Gold Rush Fires and Floods
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    California Gold Rush Fires and Floods

    Gary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the population explosion caused by the California Gold Rush. Mr. Noy is the author of Gold Rush…

  • After Words with Jonathan Morduch and Rachel Schneider
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    After Words with Jonathan Morduch and Rachel Schneider

    Rachel Schneider and Jonathan Morduch talked about their book The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty, in which they report on how low to moderate income…

  • Reel America emThe Palestinian People Do Have Rightsem 1979
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    The Palestinian People Do Have Rights

    This 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces events from 1947 to 1978 with archival film, visits to refugee camps, and interviews with…

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