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    Cheated

    Jay Smith and Mary Willingham talked about their book Cheated: The UNC Scandal, the Education of Athletes, and the Future of Big-Time College Sports. In the book, they report on two decades of academic…

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    Southern Politics and the 2012 Election

    Prior to the start of the 2012 Democratic convention, journalists and political experts discussed southern politics and the 2012 election.

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    The Atomic Bomb: Decision and Implementation

    This forum at the ADMR. Nimitz Museum,Fredericksburg,TX of The Atomic Bomb: Decision and Implementation discussed was the decision by President Truman and military leaders to use the atomic bomb on Japan to end World War II and the…

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    Covering the South

    The panel consisted of journalists who had covered the Civil Rights Movement. They focused on the decision makers during the Civil Rights Movement. The people that they talked about were…

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    R.W. Apple, Jr. Memorial Service

    A memorial service was held for R.W. “Johnny” Apple, Jr. Mr. Apple, a correspondent and editor at The New York Times for more than forty years, died October 4, 2006, in Washington, D.C. A letter from…

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    Nixon: Alone in the White House

    Presidential biographer Richard Reeves talked about the Nixon presidency, from his inauguration in January 1969 to his resignation in August 1973, including the Watergate Scandal. Mr. Reeves talked…

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    The Marshall Legacy and the Future

    In a symposium commemorating the Marshall Plan in post-World War II Europe, Admiral Owens talked about U.S. partnerships for the future.

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    National Press Foundation Awards Dinner

    The National Press Foundation hosted its twenty-first annual awards dinner at the Washington Hilton. Introductory and acceptance speeches were made, and a number of awards were given.…

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    Journalism Industry Issues

    Senator Daschle spoke to editors about homeland security and issues affecting the newspaper industry. His speech was followed by remarks from Mr. McGuire about the impact of September 11,…

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    The Atomic Bomb: Development and Alternatives

    Participants talked about the development and use of the atomic bomb against Japan. They analyzed the major factors in the decision to use the new weapon against Hiroshima and Nagasaki…

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    The Atomic Bomb: Decision and Preparations

    The panelists discussed the reasons for and necessity of dropping the atomic bombs on Japan during World War 2. They also highlighted U.S. preparations for an invasion of the Japanese home…

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    Journalism Initiatives

    Following a tribute to the late cartoonist Charles Schultz, participants announced the creation of two endowments to support high school journalism and to recruit minority journalists.

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    Family Importance in Education

    Vice President Al Gore opened the annual conference which he and Tipper host at Vanderbilt University. This year’s meeting focused on the relationship between families and education and how…

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    Hodding Carter Interview

    Hodding Carter, former assistant secretary of state of President Carter, talked about his career in government and journalism. He also took questions from the audience. Mr Carter was interviewed…

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    Washington Journal: Sunday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    International View of Presidential Election

    Four international visitors, following a three-week program in which they studied political campaigns across the U.S., described their experiences and offered their perspectives. Following…

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    The Marshall Plan Legacy

    As part of a symposium commemorating the legacy of General George Marshall and the Marshall Plan, panelists described how the idea behind the Marshall Plan can be used today and in the…

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    Information Technology and Foreign Policy

    In a symposium commemorating the Marshall Plan in post-World War II Europe, the panelists talked about the information explosion and the marketing of knowledge. They emphasized the need to…

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    Building Bridges Toward a New Europe

    In a symposium commemorating the Marshall Plan, Minister Handziski talked about his hopes for peace in Europe and partnership of all Atlantic Ocean countries. The panel of Eastern European…

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    The Marshall Legacy Initiative

    George Washington University and the White House hosted a sympsium on the Marshall Plan. Defense Secretary William Perry was the keynote speaker, and he spoke about U.S. foreign policy in…

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