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  • emThere Will Be No Miraclesem
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    There Will Be No Miracles

    Casey Gerald remarked on the path he took from his upbringing in Dallas to his education at Yale University.

  • emA Little Piece of Lightem
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    A Little Piece of Light

    Donna Hylton discussed her life and advocacy work in criminal justice reform and women’s rights after being incarcerated for 27 years.

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  • After Words with Representative John Delaney
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    After Words with Representative John Delaney

    Maryland Congressman John Delaney, the first Democrat to declare for president in 2020, offers his vision for America. He’s interviewed by Donna Brazile, former Chair of the Democratic…

    112 views
  • emOn to Chicagoem
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    On to Chicago

    Former Congressman James Rogan (R-CA) recalled the 1968 presidential campaign, which included nine candidates and was marked by the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.

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  • emThe World as It Isem
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    The World as It Is

    Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor for President Obama, detailed his time in the White House.

    95 views
  • emHarvey Milkem
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    Harvey Milk

    Lillian Faderman recalled the life of the late San Francisco politician Harvey Milk, one of the first openly gay elected officials in America. He was assassinated in 1977, after serving one year…

    18 views
  • emTeslaem
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    Tesla

    Richard Munson detailed the life and career of Nikola Tesla and explored the inventor’s eccentric behavior.

    521 views
  • emThe Road to Unfreedomem
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    The Road to Unfreedom

    Yale University’s Timothy Snyder talked about the rise of authoritarianism around the world.

    172 views
  • emThe Challenge Cultureem
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    The Challenge Culture

    Nigel Travis, CEO and chairman of Dunkin Brands, offered his thoughts on how companies can stay relevant by asking their workers to challenge the status quo.

    35 views
  • emWell That Escalated Quicklyem
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    Well, That Escalated Quickly

    MTV’s Decode host Franchesca Ramsey shared her experience in becoming a social justice activist and her successes and failures in communicating via social media.

    180 views
  • emFuture Presenceem
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    Future Presence

    Peter Rubin of Wired Magazine reported on virtual reality and the impact it will have on entertainment, work, and even human emotions and interaction.

    360 views
  • After Words with Bill Press
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    After Words with Bill Press

    Television and radio host Bill Press retraced his transition to progressive politics. He’s interviewed by syndicated columnist Mona Charen.

    565 views
  • Washington Journal Roger Stone Recalls 2016 Meeting with Russian
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    Roger Stone on Politics and the Trump Presidency

    Republican strategist and former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone talked about the Trump presidency as well as his book on politics, Stone’s Rules: How to Win at Politics, Business, and…

    2,414 views
  • emThe Age of Eisenhowerem
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    The Age of Eisenhower

    University of Virginia history professor William Hitchcock recalled the presidency of Dwight Eisenhower.

    176 views
  • emLafayette in the Somewhat United Statesem
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    Lafayette in the Somewhat United States

    Sarah Vowell talked about her book Lafayette in the Somewhat United States, in which she looks at the American Revolution through the eyes of the French-born Marquis de Lafayette. She spoke…

    1,873 views
  • emMake Troubleem
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    Make Trouble

    Cecile Richards, former president of Planned Parenthood and daughter of the late Texas Governor Ann Richards, reflected on her life and work for women’s rights and social justice. She is in…

    128 views
  • emMovie Nights with the Reagansem
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    Movie Nights with the Reagans

    Mark Weinberg, former speechwriter and advisor to President Ronald Reagan, recalled his many trips to Camp David with the President and First Lady.

    382 views
  • emAnti Pluralismem
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    Anti Pluralism

    Former Clinton administration domestic policy adviser William Galston examined populism in the U.S.

    292 views
  • emMeltdownem
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    Meltdown

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

    488 views
  • emFuture of Conservation in Americaem
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    Future of Conservation in America

    Jonathan Jarvis, former director of the National Park Service, offered his thoughts on the current state of the National Park Service and provided a path forward. He was joined in…

    278 views
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