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    Daniel Sarewitz on the Role of Science

    Daniel Sarewitz, a professor at Arizona State University, talked about his New Atlantis article, “Saving Science,” in which he argues science should focus on real-world problems, rather than on the…

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    Future of the Militiary

    Gideon Rose discusses his story, “Tomorrow’s Military,” in Foreign Affairs magazine, about how the U.S armed forces might adjust and adapt to a changing battlefield environment. This program was part…

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    Automation in the Workplace

    Andrew Stuttaford talked about his National Review story, “Robot Envy,"on the impact of automation on both "blue” and “white collar” employees. In the piece he explains his belief that automation’s increasing…

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    National Security Spending Since the September 11, 2001 Attacks

    Steven Brill discusses his year-long investigation for The Atlantic in which he examined whether the $1 trillion spent on national security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, has made…

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    Scott Anderson on the State of the Arab World

    Scott Anderson talked about his 40,000-word New York Times Magazine feature on what he calls the “fractured” state of the Arab world. This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series…

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    Student Debt

    Neil Swidey talked about his Boston Globe Magazine article on the amount of student loan debt. This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.…

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    Cost of the War on Terror

    James Bovard talked about his Reason.com article on the war on terror, which he says has cost the U.S. $4 trillion since it began in 2001. This program was part of a “Washington Journal”…

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    Nostalgia and Presidential Campaigns

    Stephen Rose talked about his article in Washington Monthly, in which he examines the idea perpetuated by several presidential candidates that America’s best days are behind it. Professor Rose argues…

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    Politics and Entertainment

    Mark Warren talked about a piece in the April 2016 edition of Esquire Magazine titled “The Inevitable Takeover of Pop Politics,” which argues that the line dividing politics and entertainment has…

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    Weight Monitoring Programs in U.S. School

    Carrie Arnold talked about her Pacific Standard piece, “The Youngest Casualties in the War on Obesity.” In the article she examines evidence that nutrition and weight screenings in U.S. schools may be…

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    Free Trade and the U.S. Economy

    Scott Lincicome talked about his cover story in National Review, in which he argues that free trade policies have revealed weaknesses in the U.S. economy, but are not the cause of these weaknesses.…

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    Planned Parenthood and Abortion

    Rachel Cohen talked about her American Prospect cover story on Planned Parenthood. Topics included the organization’s leadership, and the status of abortion rights ahead of the 42nd anniversary of the…

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    Toxic Substances in Consumer Products

    Elizabeth Grossman talked about the article she co-wrote for In These Times, “What We Didn’t Know Is Killing Us.” For the piece she investigated the scientific research cited when regulating toxic…

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    Future of the Labor Economy

    Nicholas Jackson talked about his cover story in the Pacific Standard on the future of the labor economy. This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine…

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    Plastic Bag Bans

    Katherine Mangu-Ward talked about her Reason cover story, “Plastic Bags Are Good for You,” about prohibitions on the use of plastic bags. This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series…

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    Koch Brothers' Business Operations

    Michael Mooney talked about his story in Popular Mechanics, “Inside the Koch Brothers' Industrial Empire,” on the multinational business corporation’s operations and David and Charles…

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    Stephanos Bibas on Mass Incarceration

    Stephanos Bibas, talked about his September 16, 2015 story in National Review on mass incarceration in the U.S. In the article he disputes President Obama’s claim that mandatory minimum sentences for…

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    Kunduz, Afghanistan Hospital Airstrike

    Emile Simpson talked about his Politico Magazine article, “Is Kunduz the Beginning of the End for Afghanistan.” In he piece he wrote about the implications of Taliban forces’s capture of the city of…

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    Human Cloning

    Adam Keiper talked about the Summer 2015 issue New Atlantis Magazine, which explores technology and society, and the recent issue focusing on human cloning. This program was part of a “Washington…

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    Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Freedom

    David Harsanyi talked about Federalist.com article on a Kentucky county clerk’s refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples based on her personal religious convictions. This program was part…

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