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    After Words with Mark Esper

    Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper spoke about his time serving in the Trump administration. He was interviewed by National Defense Industrial Association chair Major General Arnold…

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    Not Exactly Lying

    Columbia Journalism School professor Andie Tucher looked at how some media outlets played with the truth throughout the 19th and 20th century and the impact that had on democracy. This was…

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    After Words with Will Hurd

    Former Representative Will Hurd (R-TX) argued that America needs a “reboot” to address the challenges of the 21st century and offered his thoughts on how to move the country forward. He was…

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    About Books With Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden

    Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden talked about the research library that officially serves the U.S. Congress, including its availability to the public what the Founding Fathers might think of…

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    The Privatization of Everything

    Donald Cohen, co-founder of In the Public Interest, talked about the privatization of public goods in the United States since the 1980s. This event was hosted by Books and Books in Coral…

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    After Words with Steve Forbes

    Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes offered his thoughts on what’s causing inflation in the U.S. and how to fix it. He was interviewed by New York Times economics reporter Jeanna Smialek.…

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    Discussion on Critical Race Theory and Victimhood

    The Heritage Foundation’s Jonathan Butcher (Splintered: Critical Race Theory and the Progressive War on Truth) and the American Enterprise Institute’s Ian Rowe (Agency ) discussed their books.…

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    The Devil Never Sleeps - Learning to Live in an Age of Disasters

    Juliette Kayyem, an Obama administration official and chair of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government Homeland Security and Global Health Projects. offered her thoughts on how the…

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    The Fifth Horseman and the New MAD

    Strategic thinker Harlan Ullman, principal architect of the concept of “shock and awe,” argued that MAD - massive attacks of disruption (the COVID-19 pandemic for example) - are bigger…

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    Things Are Never So Bad That They Can't Get Worse

    William Neuman, former New York Times Andes Region Bureau Chief, talked about the collapse of Venezuela under Hugo Chavez. This virtual event was hosted by the Americas Society and Council…

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    History Discussion

    University of Texas at Austin history professor H.W. Brands (Our First Civil War), Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello public relations and community engagement officer Gayle Jessup White (Reclamation ), and…

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    House Hearing on Free Speech and Book Bans

    The House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a hearing to examine book bans and academic censorship and their impacts on students' well-being. The…

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    The Right

    Journalist Matthew Continetti talked about the history of the American right wing since the early 20th century and the populist strain that challenged mainstream conservatism over that…

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    After Words with Mark Bauerlein

    Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein argued that the lack of general civics knowledge by millennials poses a threat to America’s political and social institutions. He was interviewed by the…

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    The Nineties

    Chuck Klosterman looked back at the social, political, and technological happenings of the nineties, marked by the growth of the internet. This was a virtual program hosted by Powell’s…

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    Saving Yellowstone

    Megan Kate Nelson looked at the federal debate and passage of the 1872 Yellowstone Act, which established the world’s first national park. This was a virtual program hosted by Smithsonian…

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    South to America

    Princeton University African American studies professor and native Alabaman Imani Perry provided a history of America through her travels in the South. The Palm Beach Book Festival in…

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    Not One Inch

    Johns Hopkins University professor Mary Sarotte looked at the expansion of NATO following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the impact it has had on the relationship between the U.S. and…

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    Dragonslayers

    Larry Schweikart, professor of history at the University of Dayton, talked about six presidents - Lincoln, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, JFK, Reagan, and Trump - who he says took on the…

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    After Words with Vince Ellison

    Vince Ellison argued Democratic Party leaders and their progressive policies are purposely misleading the American public and destroying the country. He was interviewed by syndicated…

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