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    The Chinese Question

    Mae Ngai, author of The Chinese Question, talked about the late 19th century California gold rushes and the friction between Chinese immigrants and white settlers. She described how, during…

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    Trump Administration's Family-Separation Policy at U.S. Southern Border

    Caitlin Dickerson, staff writer for The Atlantic, discussed her investigation of the Trump administration’s family separation policy at the U.S. Southern border with Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief…

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    Race Crazy - BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement

    Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio’s “The…

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    Hearing on Customs and Border Protection's Use of Facial Recognition Technology

    A House Homeland Security subcommittee held a hearing on Customs and Border Protection’s use of facial recognition technology at airports and other ports of entry. Topics included benefits as…

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    Securing Democracy

    Journalist Glenn Greenwald discussed his latest book, Securing Democracy, about press freedom in Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro. Mr. Greenwald has lived in Brazil since 2005. He also…

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    Conservative Political Action Conference, Border Security Discussion

    Rep. Maya Flores (R-TX); Thomas Homan, former director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Kari Lake, the 2022 Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate; and Julio Rosas participated in a…

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    In Depth with Sam Quinones

    Author and journalist Sam Quinones joined Book TV to talk and take calls about immigration issues and the drug epidemic in the United States. His books include True Tales from Another…

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    In Depth with Carol Anderson

    Author and Emory University professor Carol Anderson joined Book TV to talk and take calls about voting rights, gun regulation, and race in America. Her books include White Rage and The…

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    Alex Nowrasteh on Legal Immigration Reforms to Ease Labor Shortages

    Alex Nowrasteh talked about the debate on enacting legal immigration reforms to ease labor shortages.

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    U.S. Vice President Makes World Tour

    Vice President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat, traveled around the world in July of 1956 with stops in Hawaii, the Philippines, Taiwan, South Vietnam, Thailand, Pakistan, and Turkey. Highlights…

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    George Washington's Farewell Address

    President George Washington delivered his farewell address 225 years ago. Mount Vernon convened a virtual panel to revisit his warnings against threats confronting the young nation. Featured…

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    Beautiful Country

    Qian Wang reflected on her journey as an undocumented child in America. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program.

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    Cold War Anti-Communist Trading Cards

    Cold War historian Victoria Phillips explored the anti-communist trading cards that the Bowman Bubblegum Company released in 1951. The 48 cards in the “Fight the Red Menace” series depicted…

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    Members of Congress and State Attorneys General on Immigration

    Sen. James Lankford (R-OK), Reps. Kat Cammack (R-FL) and Chip Roy (R-TX), and state attorneys general from Utah and Texas discussed immigration at the America First Policy Institute’s (AFPI)…

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    Hearing on Capturing Carbon Dioxide Emissions

    Professionals from the energy sector testified at a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing on the practice of capturing carbon dioxide emissions in order to protect the…

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    LGBTQ Rights and Foreign Policy

    Government officials and advocates discussed protecting and promoting the rights of LGBTQ people around the world at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. Among the speakers…

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    Doris Meissner on the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986

    Doris Meissner, former commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, talked about the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

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    Hearing on U.S. Policy Toward Africa

    The House Foreign Affairs Committee held a virtual hearing on U.S. policy towards Africa. Key experts discussed topics including Russia and China influence, U.S. and Africa trade relations,…

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    Social Media's Role in Democracy

    Technology and legal experts debated the pros and cons of social media and its role in democracy. The discussion was a part of the U.S. Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit’s judiciary conference…

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    How Free Speech Saved Democracy

    Christopher Finan, executive director of the National Coalition Against Censorship, discussed the history of free speech and current battles over the First Amendment. He was interviewed by…

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