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  • emOn the Pressem
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    On the Press

    Former Vanity Fair media journalist Matthew Pressman examined the role of the press today.

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  • emTrouble in Lafayette Squareem
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    Trouble in Lafayette Square

    Book TV attended the National Press Club’s Book Fair and interviewed Gil Klein about his book, Trouble in Lafayette Square.

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  • Presidential Leadership Lessons from History
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    Presidential Leadership Lessons from History

    Historians Jay Winik and Doris Kearns Goodwin discussed the qualities of character that they believe are essential for Presidential leadership in challenging times. Much of the discussion with…

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  • Civil War and Origins of Lawrence
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    Civil War and Origins of Lawrence

    Lawrence, Kansas, was known as the center for the resistance against the Confederacy during the Civil War. Steve Novack, executive director at the Watkins Museum of History, explained the origins of the city and…

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  • Intelligence Community Accountability
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    Intelligence Community Accountability

    Several former intelligence and national security officials discussed the regulations and systems in place to ensure accountability from the intelligence community. Topics covered included…

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  • National Museum of the American Indian Trail of Tears Exhibit
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    National Museum of the American Indian "Trail of Tears" Exhibit

    The “Trail of Tears” gallery at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. looks at the national debate over the 1830 Indian Removal Act and its impact on southern tribes. Associate…

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  • Newsmakers with Brock Long
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    Newsmakers with Brock Long

    FEMA Administrator Brock Long talks about FEMA’s work in 2018 and looks foward to 2019. He suggests that FEMA was never intended to be a first responder, but to assist states and localities…

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  • emThe Virtue of Nationalismem
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    The Virtue of Nationalism

    Yoram Hazony argued that having a world of independent nations is favorable to having global governance.

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  • Womens Leadership Summit Sarah Sanders
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    Women's Leadership Summit, Sarah Sanders

    White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders spoke at Politico’s annual “Women Rule” conference in Washington, D.C., where she answered questions about her approach to press briefings, the impact of the job on her…

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  • Womens Leadership Summit Panel on Global Impact
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    Women's Leadership Summit, Panel on Global Impact

    Several women corporate executives participated in a panel discussion on global impact at Politico’s annual “Women Rule” summit in Washington, DC. Following the panel discussion, Ariana Curtis, Latinx history…

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  • James Lovell Oral History Interview
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    James Lovell Oral History Interview

    Former NASA astronaut James Lovell talked about his life and career. He was a veteran of the Gemini and Apollo missions. In 1968 he was command module pilot on Apollo 8, the first NASA mission to…

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  • Womens Leadership Summit Senators Ernst and Shaheen
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    Women's Leadership Summit, Senators Ernst and Shaheen

    In this portion of Politico’s annual Women Rule Summit, Senators Joni Ernst (R-IA) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) talked about the challenges of running for public office as a woman and advice…

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  • emAmerican Overdoseem
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    American Overdose

    Guardian journalist Chris McGreal reported on the opioid epidemic in America.

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  • emDebrief Apollo 8em
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    Debrief, Apollo 8

    This film documents NASA’s December 21 to December 27, 1968 manned mission to orbit the Moon. The film shows the activities of astronauts Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders,…

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  • emThe Womans Hourem
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    The Woman's Hour

    Book TV attended the National Press Club’s Book Fair and interviewed Elaine Weiss about the women’s suffrage movement.

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  • USMexico Border Wall
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    U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

    The first fence along the U.S.-Mexico border, intended for cattle, was built in the early 1900s. Penn State professor Mary E. Mendoza talked about how immigration and border barriers…

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  • Womens Leadership Summit Recruitment Panel
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    Women's Leadership Summit, Recruitment Panel

    Rep. Mia Love (R-UT), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and several new 116th Congress women members were among the speakers taking part in Politico’s annual “Women Rule” summit in Washington, DC. The…

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  • Vietnam Center and Archive
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    Vietnam Center and Archive

    Consisting of letters, photographs, audio, and other forms of material, the Vietnam Center and Archive preserves the record of individuals who served during the Vietnam War. The center is home to largest…

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  • Interview with Sarah Ferris on Government Funding
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    Interview with Sarah Ferris on Government Funding

    Politico Congressional Reporter Sarah Ferris discussed the status of government funding talks between Congress and the White House ahead of December 21 midnight deadline and possible…

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  • Tour of Lawrence Kansas
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    Tour of Lawrence, Kansas

    Tour the city of Lawrence, Kansas with local historian and John Brown impersonator Kerry Altenbernd as he took our cameras through the city to highlight its history.

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