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  • emSecrecy The American Experienceem
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    Secrecy: The American Experience

    Senator Moynihan and other panelists spoke about his book Secrecy: The American Experience, published by Yale University Press. The book addresses secrecy as a mode of regulation in…

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  • emStonewall  The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolutionem
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    Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution

    Mr. Carter talked about his book Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution, published by St. Martin’s Press. The author gave a detailed account of the riots at The Stonewall Inn,…

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  • Writing the Political Excerpt
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    Writing the Political: Excerpt

    An excerpt was shown of John Sayles, Barbara Kingsolver and Hamilton Fish discussing connections between writing and politics.

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  • Writing the Political
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    Writing the Political

    John Sayles and Barbara Kingsolver discussed connections between writing and politics. The writers have been corresponding with one another for 10 years but this was the first time they have ever met.…

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  • Continuing Leadership as World Citizens
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    Continuing Leadership as World Citizens

    President Clinton, President Havel, and Mr. Wiesel talked about world leadership, promotion of democracy, human rights, and America’s role in shaping global policy. Following Mr. Havel’s…

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  • Women Writing Womens Lives
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    Women Writing Women's Lives

    Women authors discussed the importance of writing biographies about women, and recounted some of their experiences pertaining to the researching and writing of women’s biographies. After…

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  • Reminiscences on Jewish Writers
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    Reminiscences on Jewish Writers

    A short slide show of Al Hirshfeld’s illustrations were shown. The panelists discussed the work and careers of Jewish writers. They took questions from the audience.

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