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    Q&A with Jean Edward Smith

    Author Jean Edward Smith talked about his latest book Bush, which examines the presidency of George W. Bush.

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    Q&A with Corey Pegues

    Former New York Police Department Deputy Inspector Corey Pegues talked about his book, Once a Cop: The Street, the Law, Two Worlds, One Man, about his experiences in law enforcement.

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    Q&A with Gerard Robinson

    Gerard Robinson, who formerly served as Florida education commissioner and Virginia education secretary, talked about his career and education policy in the U.S.

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    Q&A with Mark Green, Part 2

    Mark Green talked about his book, Bright, Infinite Future: A Generational Memoir on the Progressive Rise. This is the second part of a two-part program.

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    Q&A with Mark Green, Part 1

    Public advocate Mark Green talked about his book, Bright, Infinite Future: A Generational Memoir on the Progressive Rise.

    634 views
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    Q&A with Arthur Herman

    Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Arthur Herman talked about his book, Douglas MacArthur: American Warrior.

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    Q&A with Jo Ann Jenkins

    This week on Q&A, AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins. Ms. Jenkins talks about her organization and her new book, “Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every…

    380 views
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    Q&A with Simon Sebag Montefiore

    Simon Sebag Montefiore talked about his book, The Romanovs, on the dynasty that ruled Russia for over 300 years.

    1,007 views
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    Q&A with Senator Tammy Baldwin

    Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) talked about her career, legislation related to prescription drug abuse, and important moments in Wisconsin’s political history.

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    Q&A with Betty Koed

    U.S. Senate Historian Betty Koed talked about key moments in Senate history, as well as the work done by her office.

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    Q&A with Michael Kinsley

    Michael Kinsley talked about living with Parkinson’s disease and his book, Old Age: A Beginners Guide, which looks at the baby boomer generation as they approach the end of life.…

    782 views
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    Q&A with Adam Hochschild

    Author Adam Hochschild talked about his book, Spain In Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939.

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    Q&A with Zalmay Khalilzad

    Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq, and the United Nations, talked about his memoir, The Envoy: From Kabul to the White House, My Journey Through a Turbulent…

    489 views
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    Q&A with Amy Goodman

    Amy Goodman talked about the influence of corporate media outlets on journalism and American politics. Ms. Goodman has been the host and executive producer of the daily news…

    1,327 views
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    Q&A with Ron Chernow

    Ron Chernow talked about his 2004 biography, Alexander Hamilton, which was adapted into the Broadway musical Hamilton.

    3,204 views
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    Q&A with Sally Denton

    Sally Denton talked about her book, The Profiteers, which looks at the Bechtel Corporation, the largest civil engineering company in the United States. To read the Bechtel Corporation…

    714 views
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    Q&A with Mary Sarah Bilder

    Boston College Law School Professor Mary Sarah Bilder talked about her book, Madison’s Hand: Revising the Constitutional Convention, in which she examines the notes James Madison took…

    656 views
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    Q&A with U.S. Senate Youth Program

    High school students from the U.S. Senate Youth Program talked about their participation in a week-long government and leadership education program. One hundred four students were…

    600 views
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    Q&A with Robert Gordon

    Robert Gordon talked about his book The Rise and Fall of American Growth, in which he looks at the growth in the American standard of living between 1870 and 1970 and whether it will ever…

    1,331 views
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    Q&A with Gabe Roth

    Gabe Roth talked about the process of nominating U.S. Supreme Court justices and the court vacancy following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

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