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  • emSuperpowerem
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    Superpower

    The Wall Street Journal's Russell Gold talked about his book, Superpower: One Man’s Quest to Transform American Energy, in which he reported on alternative energy resources.

    259 views
  • emAccidental Presidentsem
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    Accidental Presidents

    Jared Cohen looked at the eight vice presidents who became president due to the deaths of their predecessors.

    794 views
  • emBig Businessem
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    Big Business

    Tyler Cowen talked about his book, Big Business: A Love Letter to an American Anti-Hero, in which he argued that large corporations play an important role in U.S. society and are often…

    623 views
  • emMadame Fourcades Secret Warem
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    Madame Fourcade's Secret War

    Lynne Olson talked about her book, Madame Fourcade’s Secret War: The Daring Young Woman Who Led France’s Largest Spy Network Against Hitler, in which she recalled the life of Marie-Madeleine…

    1,721 views
  • emHunting LeRouxem
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    Hunting LeRoux

    Author Elaine Shannon talked about her book, Hunting LeRoux: The Inside Story of the DEA Takedown of a Criminal Genius and His Empire, on the life and crimes of Paul LeRoux and the Drug…

    614 views
  • emNoncompliantem
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    Noncompliant

    Former Federal Reserve examiner Carmen Segarra talked about the close relationship between the New York Federal Reserve Bank and the financial giant Goldman Sachs.

    957 views
  • emWhy Women Have Better Sex Under Socialismem
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    Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism

    Russian and European Studies professor Kristen Ghodsee explored whether women fare better economically under capitalism or socialism.

    670 views
  • emThe Poison Squadem
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    The Poison Squad

    Deborah Blum, director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT, reported on the science behind and the development of food safety regulations in the United States.

    964 views
  • emWere Doomed Now Whatem
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    We're Doomed. Now What?

    University of Notre Dame Professor Roy Scranton explored climate change, war, violence, and more.

    808 views
  • Violence in Congress and the Civil War
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    Violence in Congress and the Civil War

    Joanne Freeman talked about her book, The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War. She described the process of researching the topic and said she found that while…

    609 views
  • emThe Poison Squadem
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    The Poison Squad

    Deborah Blum, director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT, reported on the science behind and the development of food safety regulations in the United States.

    145 views
  • Dan Abrams Discusses emLincolns Last Trialem
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    Lincoln's Last Trial

    ABC News' Dan Abrams recalled Abraham Lincoln’s last legal case, a murder defense of twenty-two-year-old Peach Quinn Harrison in 1859.

    986 views
  • emTo End a Presidencyem
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    To End a Presidency

    Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe and lawyer Joshua Matz explored the history of impeachment and its potential role in the 21st century.

    912 views
  • emSqueezedem
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    Squeezed

    Alissa Quart talked about the economic pressures that American families face.

    704 views
  • emThe Order of Timeem
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    The Order of Time

    Theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli explored the concept of time.

    845 views