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  • Linda Hirshman on emSisters in Lawem
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    Sisters in Law

    Linda Hirshman talked about her book, Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World, in which she looks at the relationship…

    1,766 views
  • emFrom Selma to Moscowem
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    From Selma to Moscow

    American University professor Sarah Snyder examined how human rights activism in the 1960s was folded into American foreign policy in the succeeding years.

    154 views
  • emPolitical Tribesem
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    Political Tribes

    Yale Professor Amy Chua examined tribalism in America. She spoke with J.D. Vance, author of Hillbilly Elegy.

    694 views
  • emThe Class of 74em
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    The Class of '74

    John Lawrence, former chief of staff to Representative Nancy Pelosi, recalled the 1974 congressional elections, which followed the Watergate scandal, and ushered in many new office holders, dubbed the…

    219 views
  • emMeltdownem
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    Meltdown

    Chris Clearfield and Andras Tilcsik examined the complexity of major systems and why they sometimes fail.

    356 views
  • emThe Marshall Planem
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    The Marshall Plan

    Benn Steil, director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, chronicled the efforts to rebuild western Europe following World War II.

    521 views
  • emDirectorate Sem
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    Directorate S

    Steve Coll looked at the CIA’s secret wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan and the problematic relationship between the CIA and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

    1,245 views
  • emHow to Fix the Futureem
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    How to Fix the Future

    Andrew Keen equated technological change with political and economic unrest and shared his thoughts on how to preserve humanity.

    915 views
  • emOur Woman in Havanaem and emHarbor of Spiesem
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    Our Woman in Havana and Harbor of Spies

    Former ambassador Vicki Huddleston, author of Our Woman in Havana, and novelist Robin Lloyd, author of Harbor of Spies, talked about the relationship between Cuba and the United States.…

    359 views
  • emThe Wizard and Prophetem
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    The Wizard and Prophet

    Charles Mann described the life and careers of Norman Borlaug and William Vogt, scientists on opposing sides who influenced modern ideas of the environment and the future survival of…

    1,078 views
  • emArthur Vandenbergem
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    Arthur Vandenberg

    Hendrick Meijer recalled the political career of Michigan Republican Senator Arthur Vandenberg.

    207 views
  • emThe Friendly Orange Glowem
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    The Friendly Orange Glow

    Brian Dear detailed the Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations system, known as PLATO, and the people involved in the project. It was first developed in 1960 and provided…

    703 views
  • emWhat Editors Doem
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    What Editors Do

    Peter Ginna, former publisher and editorial director at Bloomsbury Press, described the duties of a book editor. He was joined in conversation by literary agent Gail Ross and Cal Morgan,…

    429 views
  • April Ryan Moderates Forum on Race in America
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    Authors on Race in America

    April Ryan, author and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, moderated a panel discussion on race in America.

    1,141 views
  • emLoadedem
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    Loaded

    Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz provided a critical history of the 2nd Amendment and argues that people of color have been the victims of America’s gun culture.

    897 views
  • emTrumps ABCem
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    Trump's ABC

    Washington Post editorial cartoonist, Ann Telnaes, talked about and showed drawings from her book, Trump’s ABC.

    403 views
  • emHidden in Plain Sightem
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    Hidden in Plain Sight

    George Mason University Professor Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco examined human trafficking in the U.S.

    1,042 views
  • Michael Wolff Discusses emFire and Furyem
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    Fire and Fury

    Journalist Michael Wolff reported on the inner workings of the Trump administration.

    2,993 views
  • emTrue Gentlemenem
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    True Gentlemen

    John Hechinger reported on college fraternity culture, highlighting Sigma Alpha Episilon (SAE), a national organization with 230 chapters and more than 15,000 members.

    745 views
  • emEverything You Need to Know about Social Mediaem
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    Everything You Need to Know about Social Media

    Former Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC News anchor Greta Van Susteren talked about her book on social media.

    583 views
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