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    2021 National Book Festival Call-in with Eric Eyre, Death in Mud Lick

    Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Eric Eyre talked about the opioid epidemic through the experiences of those in Kermit, West Virginia, and took viewer phone calls as part of Book…

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    Open Phones with Joseph Ellis

    Bestselling historian Joseph Ellis talked about the Revolutionary War and took viewer phone calls as part of Book TV’s coverage of the 21st annual National Book Festival.

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    Open Phones with Patrick Radden Keefe

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    New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe talked about the Sackler family’s wealth that was built on pharmaceuticals, which included Valium and OxyContin, and took viewer phone calls as part…

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    Gaming AI

    Futurist and economist George Gilder, author of Gaming AI, talked about the future of artificial intelligence and the belief that AI machines will one day take over the planet.

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    The Ecstatic Pessimist

    New Hampshire-based author and attorney Carla Gericke discussed her book, The Ecstatic Pessimist, a collection of her short stories, opinion pieces, and speeches.

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    The Lifetime Learner's Guide to Reading and Learning

    Gary Hoover, founder of the book superstore chain Bookstop, talked about his business background, his love of reading and some of the books he has in his nearly 60,000 volume library.

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    Unschooled

    Education policy writer Kerry McDonald discusses why she favors a non-traditional form of schooling that helps children learn by enhancing their inherent curiosity.

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    Cooperation and Coercion

    Antony Davies, associate professor of economics at Duquesne University, looked at the roles that cooperation and coercion play in our society and argued that while the latter is sometimes…

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    Green Fraud

    Marc Morano, publisher of ClimateDepot.com, argued that the science on climate change is not settled and legislation like the Green New Deal would do more harm than good.

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    In Depth with Carol Swain

    Carol Swain, former professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University and vice chair of President Trump’s 1776 Commission, joined us to talk and take calls about critical race…

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    In Depth with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

    Longtime historian, activist, professor and author Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz joined Book TV to talk and take calls about Native American culture and history, the women’s liberation movement, the…

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    What Are You Reading with Senator Mitch McConnell

    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) discussed his reading list with Book TV.

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    Don't Burn This Book

    Dave Rubin, host of “The Rubin Report,” argued that progressives and big tech have created an authoritarian system in the U.S. that punishes those whose views are not favored.

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    9/11 20 Years Later

    C-SPAN broadcast live coverage on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Viewer calls and social media comments were taken, highlights from past C-SPAN programs were shown, and…

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    Wretched Refuse?

    Independent Institute senior fellow Benjamin Powell argued that immigrants enhance the culture, productivity, and institutions of the countries they move to.

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    Cracks in the Tower

    Phillip Magness, senior research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, talked about universities in the United States and questioned whether they are living up to the…

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    Gun Control Myths

    John Lott, founder of the Crime Prevention Research Center, argued that the conventional wisdom about guns and gun regulation is incorrect. He said the media does a poor job of analyzing…

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    Enough Already

    Scott Horton, director of the Libertarian Institute, argued that the war on terror has been counterproductive and is too costly to continue.

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    In Depth with Annette Gordon-Reed

    Author, Harvard University professor, and historian Annette Gordon-Reed talked about American presidents, slavery, and emancipation. Her books include the Pulitzer Prize-winning The…

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    Bettering Humanomics

    Economic historian Deirdre McCloskey, author of Bettering Humanomics," argued for a new kind of economics that focuses on science and a better understanding of human action.

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