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  • After Words with Anuradha Bhagwati
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    After Words with Anuradha Bhagwati

    Anuradha Bhagwati talked about her book, Unbecoming: A Memoir of Disobedience, in which seh detailed her time in the Marine Corps and her efforts to overturn the ban on women in combat. She…

  • Coping With Low Morale During the Vietnam War
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    Coping With Low Morale During the Vietnam War

    A former U.S. Army psychiatrist and a retired U.S. Marine Lt. Colonel who both served in Vietnam joined two historians to discuss the problem of low morale in the final years of American participation…

  • House Committee Examines Racial Disparities in Maternal Mortality Rates
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    Maternal Health and Mortality

    The House Ways and Means Committee convened a hearing to discuss the high rate of mothers dying due to causes related to pregnancy or childbirth in the U.S. Olympian and gold medalist track…

  • emThe Preparation of Foods  From Stone Age to Space Ageem
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    The Preparation of Foods - From Stone Age to Space Age

    This promotional film for microwave ovens shows the development of cooking technology culminating in the use of microwave ovens at NASA’s Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston. The ovens…

  • Caitlin Emma on the Week Ahead in Congress
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    Caitlin Emma on the Week Ahead in Congress

    Caitlin Emma previewed the week ahead in Congress, including an expected Senate vote on a disaster aid package and upcoming talks between bipartisan congressional leaders and the White…

  • emCitiesem
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    UCLA anthropology professor Monica Smith provided a history of cities, from their creation 6,000 years ago to today.

  • Milwaukee Public Library
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    Milwaukee Public Library

    The Milwaukee Public Library has been apart of the Federal Depository Program since the 1800's. Director Paula Kiely explained the library’s responsibility in housing federal documents and shared a portion…

  • emApollo 10 To Sort Out the Unknownsem
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    Apollo 10, To Sort Out the Unknowns

    This NASA film documents the May 18 to May 26, 1969, Apollo mission with astronauts Thomas Stafford, Eugene Cernan, and John Young. A rehearsal for the July, 1969, moon landing, the mission…

  • North Point Lighthouse
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    North Point Lighthouse

    In the 19th century Milwaukee became and remains the largest port on the Great Lakes. Mark Kuehn, curator of the North Point Lighthouse Museum, explained how the city’s location made it a destination for…

  • Pregnancy in the 19th Century
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    Pregnancy in the 19th Century

    Shannon Withycombe, professor at the University of New Mexico, talked about pregnancy in the 19th century. She described the experience of childbirth, which often occurred at home, and the…

  • Streets of Old Milwaukee
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    Streets of Old Milwaukee

    Albert Muchka, curator of American History Collections at the Milwaukee Public Museum, toured the “Streets of Old Milwaukee” exhibit to explore the impact this immigration had on the growth of Milwaukee.…

  • Memorial Service for Former Librarian of Congress James Billington
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    Memorial Service for Former Librarian of Congress James Billington

    Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and others paid tribute to the late James Billington, who served…

  • NASA Administrator Bridenstine Testifies on Space Policy Challenges
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    Senate Hearing on Space Policy Challenges

    The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee on Aviation and Space held a hearing on space policy challenges. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine testified alongside a panel…

  • Washington Journal David Von Drehle Discusses Civic Duty  News
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    David Von Drehle on Civic Duty and News

    Washington Post columnist David Von Drehle discussed the question, “Could it be a civic duty to tune out the news?”

  • Watergate Judicial and Prosecutorial Conduct
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    Watergate Judicial and Prosecutorial Conduct

    Geoff Shepard was principal deputy to President Nixon’s lead defense lawyer. He made the case for what he says was judicial and prosecutorial abuse in the Watergate scandal that ended Mr. Nixon’s presidency.…

  • Question Time
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    Question Time

    Prime Minister Theresa May fielded questions from members on domestic and international issues during her weekly Question Time session. Issues included the U.K.'s exit from the European…

  • emDDay Girlsem
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    D-Day Girls

    Sarah Rose reported on British female spies in World War II and their success in espionage and sabotage against the Nazis. The author reported that, due to a shortage of men to fill…

  • QA with David McCullough
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    Q&A with David McCullough

    Historian David McCullough discussed his book, The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West.

  • US Army Policy Changes After Vietnam
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    U.S. Army Policy Changes After Vietnam

    The Assistant Army Secretary of Manpower & Reserve Affairs talked about the policy changes and the lessons learned since the Vietnam War. He argued that the U.S. Army should remain an…

  • History of Polka
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    History of Polka

    Evan Maruszewski, founder of the Milwaukee Polka Riot Festival, discussed the history and evolution to the present of polka in Milwaukee. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their…

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