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  • Women of the White House
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    Women of the White House

    Presidential historians talked about some of the country’s most influential first ladies, their relationships with their spouses, and the difficulties they faced in the White House. They…

  • Watergate BreakIn 45th Anniversary
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    Watergate Break-In 45th Anniversary

    Former Senator Lowell Weicker (R-CT) and former Watergate committee staff talked about their work. Senator Weicker served on the Senate Watergate Committee, officially known as the Select…

  • Presidential Biographers Discuss Presidents Obama Clinton Carter and Reagan
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    Presidential Biographers Panel

    David Remnick, David Maraniss, Jonathan Alter, and Jacob Weisberg talked about their respective biographies of Presidents Obama, Clinton, Carter, and Reagan. The panel was moderated by…

  • emThe Age of Clintonem
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    The Age of Clinton

    Gil Troy talked about his book The Age of Clinton: America in the 1990s, in which he looks at the impact of the Clinton Administration on international and American politics and culture.…

  • Lesley Stahl Discusses emBecoming Grandmaem
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    Becoming Grandma

    Lesley Stahl talked about her book Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting, in which she discusses the science behind being a grandparent.

  • Hyde Park Roosevelts
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    Hyde Park Roosevelts

    Geoffrey Ward, principle scriptwriter for the 2014 Ken Burns PBS documentary “The Roosevelts,” spoke about the Roosevelt family. He spoke with CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl about Franklin…

  • Women and the White House
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    Women and the White House

    Panelists discussed the influence of women in politics and presidential administrations. They discussed first ladies from Martha Washington to Michelle Obama, conflicting views of politically powerful first ladies, and…

  • Womens Rights in Libya
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    Women's Rights in Libya

    Alaa Murabit, who took part in the Libyan revolution, talked about the women’s rights group she started, the Voice of Libyan Woman. This event was part of the fourth annual Women in the…

  • Reagan Gorbachev and the End of the Cold War
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    Reagan, Gorbachev, and the End of the Cold War

    A panel discussion was held on the critical relationship between the two great superpower leaders, Ronald Reagan of the United States and Mikhail Gorbachev of the Soviet Union. The panelists discussed…

  • 2012 Presidential Election
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    2012 Presidential Election

    Journalists talked about issues in the 2012 presidential election. Topics included the influence of money, the “likeability” factor of the candidates, women voters, voter identification…

  • 50th Anniversary of Joseph Hellers emCatch22em
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    50th Anniversary of Joseph Heller's Catch-22

    Leslie Stahl, correspondent for 60 Minutes, moderated a panel on Joseph Heller’s novel, Catch-22, in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the book’s publication.

  • Federal Budget and the National Debt Opening
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    Federal Budget and the National Debt, Opening

    Q&A DISCUSSION WITH: Erskine Bowles, Co-Chair, National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform Alan Simpson, Co-Chair, National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform

  • Race and the New Congress
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    Race and the New Congress

    Panelists, including members of the Congressional Black Caucus, talked about was the upcoming 111th Congress. Topics included panel members' reactions to the election of Barack Obama, pressure to govern from…

  • The Media and the Presidency
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    The Media and the Presidency

    Sir Harold Evans moderated a discussion of the role of the media in the 2008 presidential campaigns. The panelists talked about the comparative amounts of coverage given to different…

  • Don Hewitt Roast for Spina Bifida
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    Don Hewitt Roast for Spina Bifida

    A roast of Don Hewitt, the creator of CBS’s "60 Minutes", was held to benefit the Spina Bifida Association. A number of prominent media and political figures spoke, making jokes and…

  • Judy Woodruff Roast
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    Judy Woodruff Roast

    Ms. Woodruff received the Helen Thomas award for her work as a journalist. As part of the program she was roasted by colleagues and friends.

  • A Look Back at the 20th Century
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    A Look Back at the 20th Century

    Journalists talked about the history of the 20th century. They discussed the lack of foreign news coverage by the news media and the isolationism of the U.S. The panelists, which included…

  • emReporting Liveem
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    Reporting Live

    Ms. Stahl talked about her book, Reporting Live, published by Simon & Schuster. The book chronicles Stahl’s views on both society and herself, describing her career in the news business and…

  • How Reading Changed My Life
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    How Reading Changed My Life

    Ms. Quidlen spoke about her book How Reading Changed My Life, published by Ballantine Books. The book examines the power that books possess and how they can arouse emotions of fear,…

  • 30th Anniversary of 60 Minutes
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    30th Anniversary of "60 Minutes"

    A panel of its editors and correspondents discussed the history of “60 Minutes,” the CBS news magazine debuted in September 1968. Mr. Hewitt was a creator of the program. The panelists also…

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