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  • Historians and Social Media
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    Historians and Social Media

    Princeton University Professor Kevin Kruse talked about the role of historians on social media and what he feels is their duty to provide context to current issues. He also discussed how…

  • Interview with Don Stewart Longtime Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator McConnell
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    Don Stewart, Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator McConnell

    Don Stewart, the outgoing deputy chief of staff and top communications adviser to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), was interviewed by C-SPAN. Mr. Stewart, who was leaving…

  • 1969 Stonewall Riots
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    1969 Stonewall Riots

    The New School history Professor Claire Potter talked about the 1969 Stonewall Riots and rise of the gay rights movement. She described the uprising and reflected on the legacy of the…

  • 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…

  • emUncle Sam Watching the Mexican Borderem
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    Uncle Sam Watching the Mexican Border

    Historian Julie Prieto provides commentary for a silent 1916 U.S. Army film documenting the Mexican expedition of 1916-1917 to police the border with Mexico.

  • 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…

  • Texas Lynchings of Mexicans in the 1910s
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    Texas Lynchings of Mexicans in the 1910s

    Nicholas Villanueva, author of The Lynching of Mexicans in the Texas Borderlands, talked about how Texans' fear of Mexican revolutionaries often turned to violence during the 1910s. American…

  • Spanish Missions in San Antonio
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    Spanish Missions in San Antonio

    Five Spanish missions make up the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Texas A & M Humanities Librarian Joel Kitchens spoke about their history and the…

  • Native American History
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    Native American History

    Western History Association president Donald Fixico described current areas of study for western historians and how the field of Native American history has changed over the past decade. He…

  • Washington Journal Tim Carney Discusses His Book Alienated America
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    Tim Carney on Alienated America

    Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner talked about his latest book, Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While Others Collapse. At the conclusion of the program, a “Weekend Update” clip was…

  • Student Free Speech and emTinker v Des Moinesem Anniversary
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    Student Free Speech and Tinker v. Des Moines Anniversary

    John Tinker, one of the co-petitioners in the Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines, talked about the 50th anniversary of the landmark case on student free speech.On February 24, 1969, the Court…

  • Apollo Program
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    Apollo Program

    Former NASA chief historian Roger Launius talked about the history of the Apollo program. He described how the Cold War influenced early space missions and the excitement over the moon landing in…

  • Newsmakers with Larry Kudlow
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    Newsmakers with Larry Kudlow

    Larry Kudlow, White House National Economic Council director, talked about President Trump’s fiscal year 2020 budget released earlier in the week. Other topics included the economy and…

  • Washington Journal Brian Nienaber  Adrienne Elrod Discuss Campaign 2020
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    Brian Nienaber and Adrienne Elrod on Campaign 2020

    Republican strategist Brian Nienaber and Democratic strategist Adrienne Elrod talked about the 2020 presidential election and candidates

  • Carroll Doherty on Pew Research Survey on Political Independents
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    Carroll Doherty on Pew Research Survey on Political Independents

    Pew Research’s Carroll Doherty spoke by phone about the results of his organization’s study on independent voters.

  • Washington Journal Nan Aron  John Malcolm Discuss How President Trump is Reshaping Federal Judiciary
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    Nan Aron and John Malcolm on the Trump Administration and the Federal Judiciary

    Alliance for Justice’s Nan Aron and Heritage Foundation’s John Malcolm discuss how President Trump and Senate Republicans are reshaping the federal judiciary.

  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines and social media were open for responses from viewers identifying themselves as former Democrats or Republicans to a question on the state of American politics: “Why are you now an…

  • The Weekly With Tom Frank
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    The Weekly With Tom Frank

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    Investigative reporter Tom Frank discussed foreign countries and the amount of money they spend on donations to leading think tanks and universities. This program is available as a C-SPAN…

  • Washington Journal Susan Harley Discusses the Wall Street Tax Act of 2019
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    Susan Harley on Democratic Financial Services Tax Proposal

    Susan Harley talked about the Wall Street Tax Act of 2019, which would impose a tax on certain trading transactions including stocks, bonds, and derivative deals.

  • Paul Steinhauser on Bernie Sanders New Hampshire Campaign Event
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    Paul Steinhauser on Bernie Sanders New Hampshire Campaign Event

    The Concord Monitor's Paul Steinhauser, speaking by phone, previewed Senator Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) campaign later that morning in New Hampshire.

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