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    About Books With Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden

    Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden talked about the research library that officially serves the U.S. Congress, including its availability to the public what the Founding Fathers might think of…

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    About Books With Steve Israel and Rich Rubino

    Former Representative Steve Israel (D-NY) talked about the opening of his new bookstore, and author Rich Rubino discussed his latest book, The Great American Political Trivia Challenge: Political…

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    About Books With Tom Spence

    Thomas Spence talked about Regnery Publishing, which publishes books from a conservative point of view. About Books also reported on the latest publishing industry news and insider interviews,…

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    Discussion on Audio Books and Podcasts

    Author Malcolm Gladwell and journalist Jacob Weisberg, co-founders of the audio production company Pushkin Industries, talked about innovations in podcasts and audio books with Michael…

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    About Books with Jeff Deutsch

    Jeff Deutsch, the author of In Praise of Good Bookstores, talked about Chicago’s Seminary Co-op Bookstores, where he serves as the director. About Books also reported on the latest publishing…

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    Craig Shirley on April 1945

    Author Craig Shirley talked about his new book, April 1945: The Hinge of History.

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers commented on book bans and free speech on college campuses.

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    About Books With Michael Coffey

    Michael Coffey, former co-editorial director for Publishers Weekly, talked about the 150th anniversary of the publication, which is considered by many to be the “bible” of publishing news. About…

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    About Books With Kyle Zimmer

    Kyle Zimmer talked about First Book, a non-profit social enterprise she founded 30 years ago. Her organization focuses on educational equity for children in need around the U.S. About Books also…

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    Spencer Weart on His Book, The Rise in Nuclear Fear

    Spencer Weart, a science historian and the author of The Rise of Nuclear Fear talked about the history of nuclear anxiety in the United States.

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    About Books with Brad Meltzer

    Brad Meltzer talked about his book, The Lightning Rod: : A Zig and Nola Novel. About Books also reported on the latest publishing industry news and insider interviews, and current non-fiction…

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    About Books With Claremont Review of Books' Charles Kesler

    Charles Kesler talked about the Claremont Review of Books. About Books also reported on the latest publishing industry news and insider interviews, and current non-fiction books featured on…

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    Future of University Presses

    University press representatives talked about the challenges facing academic publishing. This virtual event was hosted by the Seminary Co-op Bookstore in Chicago.

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    About Books With Tracie Hall of the American Library Association

    Tracie Hall, executive director of the American Library Association, talked about the country’s public libraries and some of the challenges they face. About Books also reported on the latest…

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    Americanon

    Jess McHugh looked at American history through the lens of bestselling books from different eras, including Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and…

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    Garrett Graff on His Book Watergate: A New History

    Author Garrett Graff talked about his new book, Watergate: A New History.

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    Arshay Cooper on His Book, A Most Beautiful Thing

    Author Arshay Cooper talked about his book, A Most Beautiful Thing: The True Story of America’s First All-Black High School Rowing Team, about his life growing up on Chicago’s West Side in…

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    About Books with Pamela Paul

    New York Times Book Review editor Pamela Paul talked about her most recent book, 100 Things We’ve Lost to the Internet. About Books also reported on the latest publishing industry news and…

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    Peter S. Goodman on His Book, Davos Man

    New York Times global economics correspondent Peter S. Goodman talked about his book, Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World.

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    About Books With Keith Urbahn of Literary Agency Javelin

    Keith Urbahn talked about his work at Javelin, his Washington, D.C.-based literary agency. About Books also reported on the latest publishing industry news and insider interviews, and current…

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