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  • emThe Library Bookem
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    The Library Book

    New Yorker staff writer Susan Orlean recounted the Los Angeles Public Library Fire of 1986.

  • emWashington Postem Hosts Forum on Rise of Nationalism
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    Rise of Nationalism

    The Washington Post hosted a discussion on the rise of nationalism and authoritarianism and their potential threat to freedom and democracy. Speakers included retired U.S. Commander in Afghanistan…

  • Dwight Eisenhower and 1950s Political Advertising
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    Dwight Eisenhower and 1950s Political Advertising

    Purdue University Professor Kathryn Brownell taught a class about political advertising in the 1950s, highlighting Dwight Eisenhower’s presidential campaigns. She compared radio and early…

  • Frank Rizzo and White WorkingClass Voters
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    Frank Rizzo and White Working-Class Voters

    In this interview recorded at the Organization of American Historians annual meeting in Sacramento, California, professor Timothy Lombardo of the University of South Alabama discussed former…

  • Inspectors General Discuss Roles
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    Inspectors General Discuss Roles

    A group of federal inspectors general discussed their work at an event hosted by the Atlantic Council and Reuters in Washington, DC. They talked about the role of the Inspector General, how…

  • emMeet Your Federal Governmentem
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    Meet Your Federal Government

    This is a 15 minute classroom film from 1946 that described how the three branches of government work. In Meet Your Federal Government, high school senior Bill visits his Uncle Jim - who is…

  • Senator Kamala Harris Says President Trump Is Holding Country Hostage Over Vanity Project
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    The Truths We Hold

    Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) talked about her book, The Truths We Hold: An American Journey, in which she recalled her upbringing and how it informs her governing style.

  • emA Day in Congressem
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    A Day in Congress

    The 116th Congress opened in January 2019 with many senators and representatives new to Capitol Hill. For the first time, there are over 100 women in the House. This is a 1949 educational…

  • ProIsraeli Groups and US Policy Part 1
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    Pro-Israeli Groups and U.S. Policy, Part 1

    The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs and the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy co-hosted an all-day event on the impact of pro-Israeli groups on U.S. policy. This…

  • President Reagan Interview with Tom Brokaw
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    President Reagan Interview with Tom Brokaw

    Three days prior to leaving office, President Ronald Reagan was interviewed by NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw. The president discussed his mother, alcoholic father, religious beliefs, careers…

  • New Zealand Prime Minister Holds News Conference
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    New Zealand Prime Minister Holds News Conference

    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern held a news conference following deadly shootings at two mosques in Christchurch on March 15, 2019. She announced a ban on all military style,…

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  • After Words with Chris Christie
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    After Words with Chris Christie

    Former New Jersey Governor and 2016 presidential candidate Chris Christie (R) discussed his political career and offered his insights about President Trump’s administration. He was…

  • US Postal Service and ECommerce
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    U.S. Postal Service and E-Commerce

    The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) hosted a discussion on the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and e-commerce at an event on Capitol Hill. They talked about the…

  • After Words with Andrew McCabe
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    After Words with Andrew McCabe

    Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe discussed his career, the FBI, and his firing from the Bureau. He was interviewed by New York Times reporter Adam Goldman.

  • Abraham Lincoln and the 1860 Election
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    Abraham Lincoln and the 1860 Election

    University of Nevada, Las Vegas Professor Michael Green taught a class on Abraham Lincoln and the 1860 presidential election. He described the political climate of the antebellum era,…

  • Heritage Foundation Hosts Discussion on China 5G Technology and Global Security
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    China, 5G Technology and Global Security

    The Heritage Foundation hosted a discussion about China, 5G digital technology and global security. Former House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Rogers (R-MI) delivered keynote remarks in…

  • emFrom the Ground Upem
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    From the Ground Up

    Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz spoke about his book, From the Ground Up: A Journey to Reimagine the Promise of America, on his life, career and presidential candidacy. William Kristol,…

  • FCC Chair Ajit Pai Addresses Americas Communications Association Summit
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    FCC Chair Ajit Pai at America's Communications Association Summit

    Ajit Pai, chair of the Federal Communications Commssion, spoke at the America’s Communications Association summit in Washington today. We hear first from Assocation president and CEO…

  • Washington Journal Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett Discusses Hosting the 2020 Democratic National Convention
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    Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett on Hosting the 2020 Democratic National Convention

    Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett talked about the city being selected to host the 2020 Democratic National Convention.

  • Attorney Sheri Johnson Speaks After emFlowers v Mississippiem Oral Argument
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    Reaction to Flowers v. Mississippi Oral Argument

    Sheri Johnson, the attorney for death row petitioner Curtis Flowers in Flowers v. Mississippi, spoke to reporters outside the Supreme Court after oral argument in the case. At issue were…

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