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  • emEloquent Rageem
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    Eloquent Rage

    Rutgers professor Brittany Cooper examined the power of what she calls eloquent rage and how it can be harnessed as a resource to bring about political change.

    925 views
  • emThe China Missionem
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    The China Mission

    Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, executive editor of Foreign Affairs, chronicled George Marshall’s efforts to end the Chinese Civil War.

    643 views
  • emAmerican Valuesem
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    American Values

    Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the son of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy, reflected on his life and provided a history of America through the lens of…

    259 views
  • After Words with Amanda Carpenter
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    After Words with Amanda Carpenter

    CNN political commentator Amanda Carpenter argued that President Trump is using gaslighting strategies to manipulate the American people. She’s interviewed by New York Daily News columnist…

    940 views
  • emPromoting the War Effortem
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    Promoting the War Effort

    Mordecai Lee, governmental affairs professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, recounted the U.S. government’s public relations efforts to promote the American entry into World War…

    162 views
  • emWhat Truth Sounds Likeem
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    What Truth Sounds Like

    Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson recounted the meeting between Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and author and activist James Baldwin on May 24, 1963, held in the hopes…

    228 views
  • Preview of PublicAffairs and Da Capo Press Fall Books
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    Preview of PublicAffairs and Da Capo Press Fall Books

    Clive Priddle, publisher of PublicAffairs, and Mike Giarratano, publicity manager of Da Capo Press, previewed their forthcoming books.

    13 views
  • emReporterem
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    Reporter

    Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh talked about his life in journalism.

    284 views
  • Janet Jones and Alison Turner of Source Booksellers
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    Janet Jones and Alison Turner of Source Booksellers

    Janet Jones and Alison Turner, owners of Detroit’s Source Booksellers, discussed their bookstore and their favorite books about the city.

    254 views
  • emRadical Marketsem
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    Radical Markets

    Eric Posner argued that a truly free market can lead to greater equality, prosperity, and political cooperation.

    133 views
  • Newt Gingrich Discusses emTrumps Americaem
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    Trump's America

    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich offered his thoughts on the impact that the Trump administration policies are having on America and around the world.

    2,378 views
  • emPrediction Machinesem
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    Prediction Machines

    Ajay Agrawal, founder of the Creative Destruction Lab and co-founder of the AI/robotics company Kindred, explored the economics behind the creation of artificial intelligence.

    877 views
  • Jake Tapper Discusses emThe Hellfire Clubem
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    The Hellfire Club

    CNN’s chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper discussed his political novel about Congress and Washington politics set in the 1950s.

    797 views
  • emBad Bloodem
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    Bad Blood

    Journalist John Carreyrou reported on the scandal surrounding health care technology company Theranos.

    371 views
  • emA Blueprint for Warem
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    A Blueprint for War

    Susan Dunn, humanities professor at Williams College, recounted FDR’s efforts to ready America militarily for World War II.

    251 views
  • After Words with Mohammed Al Samawi
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    After Words with Mohammed Al Samawi

    Mohammed Al Samawi details his journey to escape death threats and the war in Yemen after becoming an interfaith activist by connecting globally with Jews and Christians via social media.…

    526 views
  • emEnergyem
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    Energy

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes provided a 500 year history of energy; from the use of wood to coal and later oil, as well as today’s development of renewable energy sources.

    269 views
  • emThe WPAem
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    The WPA

    Sandra Opdycke of Vassar College’s Institute for Innovation in Social Policy provided a history of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which gave employment to 8 million Americans…

    221 views
  • emThe Ambition Decisionsem
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    The Ambition Decisions

    Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace discussed the choices women make about career and family.

    149 views
  • Elizabeth Fenn on emEncounters at the Heart of the Worldem
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    Encounters at the Heart of the World

    Elizabeth Fenn talked about her book, Encounters at the Heart of the World: A History of the Mandan People. She spoke in the History Pavilion of the 15th annual National Book Festival, held…

    1,705 views
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