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    State of Literary Magazines

    John Summers talked about the state of literary magazines and their cultural significance which is disproportionate to their small circulation. Mr. Summers talked about the history and evolution of The…

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    History of The Nation

    To mark the 150th anniversary of The Nation, one of the oldest magazines in America, Timothy Naftali, director of the Tamiment Library at New York University, interviewed former editor…

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    Living It Up with National Review: A Memoir

    Priscilla Buckley talked about her book Living It Up with National Review: A Memoir, published by Spence Publishing Company. She described her forty-three years of working as an editor at…

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    Q&A with David Brooks

    David Brooks talked about his yearly “Sidney” awards, which recognize his favorite magazine articles and essays over the course of the year. The awards are named after Sidney Hook, an…

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    Panel Discussion on The Nation

    Contributors to The Nation spoke about the history and impact of the magazine. The Nation celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015. Panelists included Lee Fang, author of The Machine: A Field Guide to…

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    100th Anniversary of New Republic

    Franklin Foer talked about Insurrections of the Mind: 100 Years of Politics and Culture in America. The book was published for New Republic magazine’s centennial celebration and was edited by Mr.…

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    Mother Jones Magazine's Founding and Mission

    David Corn talked about the founding and mission of Mother Jones magazine, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He also discussed some of the current stories in his publication and in…

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    Cities of the Future

    Annalee Newitz talked about her Discover Magazine article on “death-proofing” a city, converting urban spaces into biological organisms to prevent starvation and environmental destruction due to global climate change. She also…

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    The Future of Print Journalism

    Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of new technologies, online platforms, and lower circulation. They also focused on models to increase paid…

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    U.S. Job Market

    Laurent Belsie talked about his Christian Science Monitor cover story, "Where Are the Jobs?". He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. This program was part of a…

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    Andy Kroll on Liberal Political Agenda

    Andy Kroll talked about his recent Mother Jones piece, “Revealed: The Massive New Liberal Plan to Remake American Politics,” about a secret meeting that took place a month after President Obama’s election with…

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    The Good Girls Revolt

    Lynn Povich talked about her book, The Good Girls Revolt: How the Women of Newsweek Sued Their Bosses and Changed the Workplace. She was interviewed while at the annual book publishing…

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    Banking System Reform

    Sallie Krawcheck talked about her Harvard Business Review story on the U.S. banking sector, “Four Ways to Fix Banks,” and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included…

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    Henry Luce and Publishing in the 20th Century

    Alan Brinkley talked about his book, The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century. Then he was joined in a discussion on journalism and history moderated by Professor Kaplan. The panelists…

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    The Atlantic's Civil War Commemorative Issue

    The editors of The Atlantic's Special Commemorative Issue, “The Civil War,” were interviewed. They talked about the history of the magazine and how the special issue, released December 6,…

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    After Words with Alan Brinkley

    Mr. Brinkley explores the life and career of Henry Luce, who was credited with reinventing the magazine industry within a decade. The co-creator of Time magazine and creator of Life magazine…

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    The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century

    Alan Brinkley talked about his book The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century (Knopf; April 20, 2010). Henry Luce was only 24-years old when he published the first issue of Time…

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    Speaking Freely

    Nat Hentoff talked about his book, Speaking Freely: A Memoir, published by Knopf. Building on his earlier autobigraphical work Boston Boy, this book begins in the 1950's, focusing on his…

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    2008 Election Project

    A panel discussion was held on the 2008 presidential election, and Newsweek magazine’s special election project and special issues. Alexis Gelber, editor of the 2008 Election Project Special Issue,…

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    Please Don't Remain Calm

    In Please Don’t Remain Calm, Slate founder and author Michael Kinsley assembled 127 essays on the American political scene from the Clinton administration to the present. He also talked about Seattle…

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