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  • Preview of WW Norton and Liveright Publishings Fall Books
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    Preview of W.W. Norton and Liveright Publishing's Fall Books

    Julia Reidhead, president of W.W. Norton, and Bob Weil, editor-in-chief of Liveright Publishing, previewed their forthcoming books.

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  • emClowns to the Left of Me Jokers to the Rightem
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    Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right

    Radio/TV host and columnist Michael Smerconish, in a collection of his columns, shared his thoughts on political life in America and how his views have shifted over the years.

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  • Reel America emOn the Caseem 1968
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    On the Case

    This film documents the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, which was organized by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to shift the focus of the civil…

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  • Ann Scherer Interview About emOn the Caseem
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    Ann Scherer Interview About On the Case

    Ann Scherer discussed her late husband Edward Scherer and his 1968 film about the Poor People’s Campaign. On the Case documented the experience of participants in the protest for economic justice,…

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  • Washington Journal Roger Stone Recalls 2016 Meeting with Russian
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    Roger Stone on Politics and the Trump Presidency

    Republican strategist and former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone talked about the Trump presidency as well as his book on politics, Stone’s Rules: How to Win at Politics, Business, and…

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  • emThe Real Lolitaem
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    The Real Lolita

    Sarah Weinman talked about the young woman who was the inspiration for Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.

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  • 1968 Poor Peoples Campaign
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    1968 Poor People's Campaign

    The National Museum of African American History & Culture opened an exhibit looking at the 1968 “Poor People’s Campaign,” which Martin Luther King Jr. organized to shift the focus of the civil…

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  • President Trump Hosts Roundtable on Tax Reform
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    President Trump Remarks on Tax Reform

    President Trump hosted a tax reform roundtable at the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa in Las Vegas. The president heard from local business owners, real estate developers, and casino and…

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  • FBI Surveillance of White Southern Students in the 1960s
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    FBI Surveillance of White Southern Students in the 1960s

    University of Texas at San Antonio history professor Gregg Michel described how the FBI’s covert surveillance program, COINTELPRO, targeted student organizations during the civil rights…

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  • After Words with Representative John Delaney
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    After Words with Representative John Delaney

    Maryland Congressman John Delaney, the first Democrat to declare for president in 2020, offers his vision for America. He’s interviewed by Donna Brazile, former Chair of the Democratic…

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  • White House Stonemasons
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    White House Stonemasons

    White House historian William Seale discussed the Scottish stonemasons who helped build the White House and the exterior carvings that are visible to this day. Mr. Seale is the author of A White…

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  • Question Time
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    Question Time

    During her weekly Question Time session, British Prime Minister Theresa May answered several questions regarding the U.S.-Mexico border issue, specifically on the migrant children being separated from their…

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  • New Orleans Jazz Museum
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    New Orleans Jazz Museum

    New Orleans is considered the birthplace of jazz music. The New Orleans Jazz Museum houses the largest collection of jazz music related materials in the world. Curator David Kunian talked about the origins of jazz in…

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  • emThere Will Be No Miraclesem
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    There Will Be No Miracles

    Casey Gerald remarked on the path he took from his upbringing in Dallas to his education at Yale University.

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  • QA with Amy Wax
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    Q&A with Amy Wax

    University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Amy Wax talked about the limits of free expression on U.S. college campuses.

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  • Leo Shane on Defense Spending
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    Leo Shane on Defense Spending

    Leo Shane talked about the details of the defense spending bill for fiscal year 2019. It was expected to be debated on the House floor in the upcoming week.

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  • Dwight Eisenhower and World War I
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    Dwight Eisenhower and World War I

    Joint Forces Staff College professor Keith Dickson talked about the early military career of Dwight Eisenhower, his stateside training of World War I troops, his extensive work with tanks,…

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  • emA Little Piece of Lightem
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    A Little Piece of Light

    Donna Hylton discussed her life and advocacy work in criminal justice reform and women’s rights after being incarcerated for 27 years.

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  • Echoes of the Great War Exhibit Part 2
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    "Echoes of the Great War" Exhibit, Part 2

    Library of Congress historian and curator Ryan Reft gave a tour of an exhibit tracing the history of U.S. participation in World War I using artwork, posters, photographs, films, sheet music, documents, and…

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  • Washington Journal Kate Andersen Brower Discusses the Relationships Between Presidents  Vice Presidents
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    Washington Journal: Kate Andersen Brower

    Author and journalist Kate Andersen Brower discussed her new book, “First in Line: Presidents, Vice Presidents & the Pursuit of Power.”

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