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  • emBlack Hawk Downem
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    Black Hawk Down

    Mark Bowden talked about his book Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War, in which he recounts the 1993 U.S. special operations raid in Mogadishu, Somalia that resulted in the deaths of 18…

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  • emEssays on the Great Depressionem
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    Essays on the Great Depression

    Robert Margo and Matthew Benjamin discussed Ben Bernanke’s background and his book Essays on the Great Depression, published in paperback by Princeton University Press in 2004. In the book,…

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  • 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…

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  • 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
  • emAmericans in Waitingem
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    Americans in Waiting

    The author talked about his book, Americans in Waiting: The Lost Story of Immigration and Citizenship in the United States, published by Oxford University Press. He was interviewed while at…

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  • Lincoln Assassination Special Part 1
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    Lincoln Assassination Special, Part 1

    The Lincoln Forum symposium meets annually near the November 19th anniversary of the Gettysburg address to hear from authors and scholars on the 16th president. The 2005 meeting was devoted to studying the…

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  • In Depth with Ron Powers
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    In Depth with Ron Powers

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  • In Depth with Joyce Appleby
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    In Depth with Joyce Appleby

    Historian Joyce Appleby, who retired in 2001 after twenty years of teaching at UCLA, was interviewed about her life, career, and writings. She also responded to audience telephone calls and…

    687 views
  • emFlags of Our Fathersem
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    Flags of Our Fathers

    Mr. Bradley, via satellite from Chicago, talked about his bestselling chronicle of the U.S. Marines at Iwo Jima, Flags of Our Fathers. He also talked with telephone callers, who related…

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  • Lincoln Assassination Special Part 2
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    Lincoln Assassination Special, Part 2

    The Lincoln Forum symposium meets annually near the November 19th anniversary of the Gettysburg address to hear from authors and scholars on the 16th president. The 2005 meeting was devoted to studying…

    382 views
  • Lincoln Assassination  CallIn
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    Lincoln Assassination: Call-In

    The Lincoln Forum symposium meets annually near the November 19th anniversary of the Gettysburg address to hear from authors and scholars on the 16th president. The most recent meeting was devoted to…

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  • Lincoln Assassination  CallIn
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    Lincoln Assassination: Call-In

    The Lincoln Forum symposium meets annually near the November 19th anniversary of the Gettysburg address to hear from authors and scholars on the 16th president. The most recent meeting was devoted to studying the…

    301 views
  • Lincoln Assassination Special
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    Lincoln Assassination Special

    The Lincoln Forum symposium meets annually near the November 19th anniversary of the Gettysburg address to hear from authors and scholars on the 16th president. The 2005 meeting was devoted…

    769 views
  • emAmerican Heroines The Spirited Women Who Shaped Our Countryem
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    American Heroines: The Spirited Women Who Shaped Our Country

    Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison was interviewed at The Hill's 4th Annual Political Book Fair about her book American Heroines: The Spirited Women Who Shaped Our Country, published by William…

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  • Mississippi Flood of 1927
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    Mississippi Flood of 1927

    In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Mr. Barry examined one of the biggest natural disasters ever to take place in this country -- the great Mississippi Flood of 1927. In April 1927,…

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  • In Depth with HW Brands
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    In Depth with H.W. Brands

    Historian H.W. Brands talked about his life, work, and writings. Topics included his presidential biographies, writing eyewitness history, the U.S. constitution, and research. He also…

    2,929 views
  • In Depth with Garry Wills
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    In Depth with Garry Wills

    Garry Wills, an adjunct professor of history at Northwestern University, talked about his life and work and responded to telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail from viewers. Professor Wills is the…

    1,909 views
  • Liberty and Security
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    Liberty and Security

    Richard Posner and Geoffrey Stone discussed their books with David Hiller. They talked about how the nation responds to war, terrorism, and catastrophe. They discussed whether the nation…

    136 views
  • Narrative History
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    Narrative History

    Mr. Kurson talked about his book Shadow Divers: The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World War II, published by Random House. Mr.…

    108 views
  • emDream State  Floridaem
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    Dream State: Florida

    Ms. Roberts was interviewed about her book Dream State: Eight Generations of Swamp Lawyers, Conquistadors, Confederate Daughters, Banana Republicans, and Other Florida Wildlife, published by Free…

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