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  • QA with Richard Horton
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    Q&A with Richard Horton

    Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the U.K.-based medical journal The Lancet, talked about the coronavirus pandemic and the response to it by governments around the world. He also talked…

    1,309 views
  • QA with Pamela Constable
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    Q&A with Pamela Constable

    Pamela Constable talked about her tour of Afghanistan and Pakistan, an area she reported on extensively since the early 2000s as Washington Post bureau chief of the region. She discussed…

    989 views
  • QA with Harold Holzer Part 1
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    Q&A with Harold Holzer, Part 1

    Author and historian Harold Holzer talked about his book, The Endless Battle Between the White House and the Media: From the Founding Fathers to Fake News, in which he examined the…

    551 views
  • QA with Christopher Hitchens
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    Q&A with Christopher Hitchens

    Christopher Hitchens was interviewed in his home about his life and work following a diagnosis of esophageal cancer. He authored over a dozen books including his recent memoir, Hitch-22. Other…

    24,175 views
  • QA with Katherine Gehl
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    Q&A with Katherine Gehl

    Katherine Gehl, co-author of The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy, talked about the current U.S. political system, arguing that…

    787 views
  • QA with Robert Caro
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    Q&A with Robert Caro

    Robert Caro talked about talks about, “On Power,” his audio project on the evolution and exercise of political power in America. He also talked about the progress he is making on the next…

    5,139 views
  • QA with Elaine Weiss
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    Q&A with Elaine Weiss

    Journalist and author Elaine Weiss discussed her book, The Woman’s Hour, about the lead-up to the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on August 18, 1920, that…

    306 views
  • QA with Margaret MacMillan
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    Q&A with Margaret MacMillan

    Margaret MacMillan was interviewed about her book Nixon and Mao: The Week That Changed the World, published by Random House. She described then President Nixon’s 1972 trip to China, details…

    1,505 views
  • QA with Reihan Salam
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    Q&A with Reihan Salam

    Manhattan Institute president Reihan Salam discussed whether the COVID-19 pandemic and current civil unrest in the country will lead to people moving out of large U.S. cities, as was seen…

    552 views
  • QA with Chris Wallace
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    Q&A with Chris Wallace

    “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace talked about his book, Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days That Changed the World, about the creation of the atomic…

    12,388 views
  • QA with Representative John Lewis
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    Q&A with John Lewis

    Representative John Lewis (D-Georgia) discussed his life and involvement in the civil rights movement, including the 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, during which he was…

    2,109 views
  • QA with John Burtka
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    Q&A with John Burtka

    John Burtka, executive director and acting editor of The American Conservative, talked about the special edition of the magazine that examines where American conservatism came from and…

    1,006 views
  • QA with Malcolm Gladwell
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    Q&A with Malcolm Gladwell

    Malcolm Gladwell discussed his new book, Talking to Strangers, about how people make judgments, often inaccurately, about strangers.

    4,792 views
  • QA with Erin Geiger Smith
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    Q&A with Erin Geiger Smith

    Journalist Erin Geiger Smith talked about the history of voting in the United States and some of the issues surrounding voting today, including low voter turnout, voter suppression, and the…

    351 views
  • QA with Siddhartha Mukherjee
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    Q&A with Siddhartha Mukherjee

    Physician and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Siddhartha Mukherjee talked about the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the medical science being used to combat it.

    1,078 views
  • QA with Ron Chernow
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    Q&A with Ron Chernow

    Ron Chernow talked about his 2004 biography, Alexander Hamilton, which was adapted into the Broadway musical Hamilton.

    11,150 views
  • QA with Elena Conis
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    Q&A with Elena Conis

    University of California at Berkeley historian of medicine Elena Conis talked about the development of the polio vaccine in the 1950s and the lessons that its distribution and use can teach…

    751 views
  • David McCullough on em1776em
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    Q&A with David McCullough

    David McCullough was interviewed about his life and work as an historian and author of many publications including his most recent book, 1776, published by Simon and Schuster. The interview…

    3,190 views
  • QA with Peniel Joseph
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    Q&A with Peniel Joseph

    Peniel Joseph, a University of Texas history professor, talked about the activism and converging ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of their thinking on…

    819 views
  • QA with Steve Inskeep
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    Q&A with Steve Inskeep

    Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” discussed his book, Imperfect Union, which chronicles John and Jessie Fremont and their exploration of the American West in the 19th century.…

    2,057 views
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