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  • In Depth with Alexander Cockburn
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    In Depth with Alexander Cockburn

    Alexander Cockburn was interviewed about his life, his career, and his body of writing. He responded to viewer telephone calls and electronic mail. Video was shown of Mr. Cockburn giving a tour…

    98,105 views
  • In Depth with David Horowitz
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    In Depth with David Horowitz

    David Horowitz talked about his life, his career, and his body of writing. Topics included the development of his political phiolosophy, progressive politics, racial relations, communism, academic…

    2,872 views
  • In Depth with Dinesh DSouza
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    In Depth with Dinesh D\'Souza

    Dinesh D’Souza discussed his life, philosophy, and writings. He responded to viewer telephone calls and electronic mail. Topics included his intended influence on public policy, counteracting liberal attitudes that are taken for granted, denouncing…

    1,477 views
  • In Depth with Lewis Lapham
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    In Depth with Lewis Lapham

    Lewis Lapham was interviewed about his life, his career, and his body of writing. Topics included the sense of entitlement, money and power, and the history of U.S. foreign policy. He responded to viewer…

    1,323 views
  • Presidential Libraries Series Overview
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    Presidential Libraries Series Overview

    Producers described the making of the C-SPAN Presidential Library Series. They talked about various material housed at Library sites, research performed in preparation for the series,…

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  • In Depth with Barbara Ehrenreich
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    In Depth with Barbara Ehrenreich

    Barbara Ehrenreich was interviewed about her life and writings. She responded to viewer telephone calls and electronic mail. A video clip was shown of Ms. Ehrenreich in her apartment in New…

    1,057 views
  • In Depth with Marvin Olasky
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    In Depth with Marvin Olasky

    Marvin Olasky was interviewed about his life, his career and his body of writing. He spoke about his religious journey from Judaism to atheism to Christianity and political journey from communism…

    725 views
  • In Depth with Michael Barone
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    In Depth with Michael Barone

    Michael Barone was interviewed about his life, his career, and his body of writing. Topics included his early years in Detroit, his philosophy and political views, and U.S. political history. He responded to…

    685 views
  • emStrange Piece of Paradiseem
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    Strange Piece of Paradise

    Terri Jents talked about her book Strange Piece of Paradise, published by Picador. The book tells the story of a brutal attack she suffered as a college student on vacation in Oregon in…

    634 views
  • emThe Declaration of Independence A Global Historyem
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    The Declaration of Independence: A Global History

    David Armitage talked about his book, The Declaration of Independence: A Global History, published by Harvard University Press. The book explains that the Declaration of Independence…

    622 views
  • emFields of Honorem
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    Fields of Honor

    Historian Ed Bearss talked about his book Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War, published by National Geographic. In the book he chronicles 14 crucial battles ranging between…

    601 views
  • emJamestown The Buried Truthem
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    Jamestown, The Buried Truth

    William Kelso talked about his book, Jamestown, the Buried Truth, published by University of Virginia Press. He was interviewed while at the 2007 Virginia Festival of the Book.

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  • emFinal Examem
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    Final Exam

    Dr. Pauline Chen talked about her book, Final Exam: A Surgeon’s Reflections on Mortality, published by Knopf. In the book she explored the relationship between medical practice and the…

    533 views
  • emForbidden Fruitem
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    Forbidden Fruit

    Betty DeRamus talked about her book Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories from the Underground Railroad, published by Atria. She is a Detroit News columnist and former Detroit Free Press editorial…

    520 views
  • emThe Lostem
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    The Lost

    Daniel Mendelsohn talked about his book, The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million, published by HarperCollins, a book about six of his relatives killed in the Holocaust. He was interviewed…

    518 views
  • Writing Life Robert Novak
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    Writing Life: Robert Novak

    Columnist and author Robert Novak was interviewed in his home on Pennsylvania Avenue across the street from the National Archives. He talked about his newly published memoir, The Prince of…

    431 views
  • emThe Myth of Judicial Activismem
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    The Myth of Judicial Activism

    Kermit Roosevelt talked about his book The Myth of Judicial Activism: Making Sense of Supreme Court Decisions, published by Yale University Press. He was interviewed while at the 2007…

    356 views
  • emTriumph Forsakenem
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    Triumph Forsaken

    Mark Moyar was interviewed about his book Triumph Forsaken: The Vietnam War, 1954-1965, published by Cambridge University Press.

    341 views
  • emThe Reagan Diariesem
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    The Reagan Diaries

    Douglas Brinkley talked about the book he edited, The Reagan Diaries, published by HarperCollins. He described how he selected the portions of the diaries for this volume, saying that the complete diaries, minus…

    341 views
  • emThe Road to Disunion Volume IIem
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    The Road to Disunion, Volume II

    William Freehling talked about his book The Road to Disunion, Volume II: Secessionists Triumphant, 1854-1861, published by Oxford University Press, USA. The series covers the secessionist…

    329 views
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