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  • Richard Carwardine Discusses emLincolns Sense of Humorem
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    Lincoln's Sense of Humor

    Richard Carwardine talked about his book Lincoln’s Sense of Humor, in which he examines Abraham Lincoln’s sense of humor and his ability to invoke it throughout his life and presidential…

    1,383 views
  • Teaching the Vietnam War
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    Teaching the Vietnam War

    Three college professors discussed the ways they teach about U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. Panelists also talked about their personal participation in peace and anti-war movements and how those…

    593 views
  • Unexploded Bombs in Vietnam
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    Unexploded Bombs in Vietnam

    This program was a discussion on the continuing deadly problem of unexploded bombs that were dropped by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War. Panelists included environmentalists, a Vietnam…

    137 views
  • Vietnam War Soldier and Civilian Peace Initiatives
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    Vietnam War Soldier and Civilian Peace Initiatives

    Historian Christian Appy and peace activist Cora Weiss delivered keynote talks on U.S. soldier and civilian peace initiatives during the Vietnam War. Their remarks were part of a conference in…

    255 views
  • Vietnam War Diplomatic and Peace Initiatives
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    Vietnam War Diplomatic and Peace Initiatives

    Historians discussed U.S. diplomatic and peace initiatives during the Vietnam War. Panelists focused on the role soldiers played, why the war should have been avoided, the perspective of the South…

    498 views
  • Legacy of Vietnam War Agent Orange
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    Legacy of Vietnam War Agent Orange

    A panel of activists and Agent Orange victims discussed and showed images of the effects and continuing health problems associated with the toxic chemical defoliant used during the Vietnam War. This…

    15,399 views
  • emWaging Peace in Vietnamem
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    Waging Peace in Vietnam

    The editors of the book Waging Peace in Vietnam talked about U.S. soldiers and veterans who opposed the Vietnam War.

    305 views
  • emCatch and Killem
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    Catch and Kill

    Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Ronan Farrow talked about his book, Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators in which he detailed the efforts made…

    1,189 views
  • State Department Officials on Public Diplomacy
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    State Department Officials on Public Diplomacy

    State Department officials discussed public diplomacy at an event hosted by the University of Southern California and George Washington University.

    126 views
  • emReclaiming Patriotismem
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    Reclaiming Patriotism

    George Washington University Professor Amitai Etzioni talked about his book, Reclaiming Patriotism, in which he offered his thoughts on a form of nationalism that is inclusive and is based…

    261 views
  • emDistant Drummer A Movable Sceneem
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    Distant Drummer, A Movable Scene

    Narrated by actor Robert Mitchum, this documentary takes a sympathetic yet critical look at the late 1960s counterculture movement. With scenes in San Francisco, London, Nepal, Rome, and Istanbul, the film…

    191 views
  • Apollos Political and Foreign Policy Impact
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    Apollo's Political and Foreign Policy Impact

    Fifty years after the moon landing, Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, National Air and Space Museum director Ellen Stofan, and former NASA administrator Charles Bolden reflected on the Apollo…

    425 views
  • Cindy McCain Commencement Speech at George Washington University
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    George Washington University Commencement Address

    Cindy McCain, a philanthropist, businesswoman, and the wife of the late Senator John McCain (R-AZ), spoke about helping others in need and serving worthy causes, as she addressed the graduating…

    324 views
  • Remembering the Apollo 11 Mission
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    Remembering the Apollo 11 Mission

    Former NASA astronaut Michael Collins was part of the Apollo 11 crew that landed the first man on the moon. In this program, journalist Marvin Kalb talked with Mr. Collins about his experiences in…

    579 views
  • Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor at George Washington University
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    Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor at George Washington University

    Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor talked about her life and career, and the new children’s book she authored. Following questions and answers with moderator Eva Longoria Baston on the…

    2,841 views
  • US and Soviet Relations Under President Reagan
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    U.S. and Soviet Relations Under President Reagan

    George Washington University Professor Chris Tudda taught a class about foreign relations between the United States and the Soviet Union during President Ronald Reagan’s administration. He…

    521 views
  • Aerial View Paintings of Historic Washington DC
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    Aerial View Paintings of Historic Washington, D.C.

    Pierre L’Enfant was an engineer and architect appointed by George Washington to design the plans for Washington, D.C. Artist Peter Waddell was commissioned in 2018 to create two aerial view paintings…

    306 views
  • emChurchillem
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    Churchill

    Historian Andrew Roberts recalled the life of Winston Churchill.

    2,235 views
  • emThe Battle of Arnhemem
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    The Battle of Arnhem

    Military historian Antony Beevor provided a history of the Battle of Arnhem, a failed Allied operation that resulted in the deaths of 17,000 soldiers in September 1944.

    1,195 views
  • Journalists From emThe American Conservativeem and emThe Nationem Debate Immigration
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    Immigration Policy

    Writers and editors from The American Conservative and The Nation participated in a debate on immigration at George Washington University.

    3,633 views
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