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    Q&A with Mark Green, Part 1

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

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    Q&A with Nancy Isenberg

    Professor Nancy Isenberg talked about her book White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America, in which she examines the history of the class system in the United States.…

    920 views
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    Q&A with Clifton Raphael

    Clifton Raphael talked about the award-winning documentaries his students have made, including several prize-winners from C-SPAN’s StudentCam competition.

    323 views
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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.

    628 views
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    Q&A with Jesse Holland

    Jesse Holland talked about his book, The Invisibles: The Untold Story of African American Slaves in the White House.

    604 views
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    Q&A with Arthur Herman

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

    813 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…

    638 views
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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 Susan Glasser and Peter Baker

    New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker and Politico editor Susan Glasser, who are married, talked about their careers in journalism, as well as their upcoming move to…

    804 views
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    Q&A with Carlos Lozada

    Carlos Lozada talked about books written by 2016 presidential candidates.

    589 views
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    Q&A with James Robertson

    James Robertson talked about his book, After the Civil War: The Heroes, Villains, Soldiers, and Civilians Who Changed America.

    822 views
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    Q&A with Scott Christianson

    Scott Christianson talked about his book, 100 Documents that Changed the World: From the Magna Carta to Wikileaks.

    678 views
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    Q&A with Marty Baron

    Marty Baron talked about the changes at the Washington Post since he took over as executive editor in 2013. He also discussed the depiction of his work as editor-in-chief of the Boston Globe in the movie Spotlight.…

    1,976 views
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    Q&A with Aviva Kempner

    Aviva Kempner talked about her documentary Rosenwald, about the life of American businessman and philanthropist Julius Rosenwald.

    539 views
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    Q&A with Michael Ramirez

    Michael Ramirez talked about his career as an editorial cartoonist and his book, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Obamacare.

    1,496 views
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    Q&A with Joshua Kendall

    Journalist and author Joshua Kendall talked about his book First Dads, on U.S. presidents who were also fathers.

    431 views
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    Q&A with Jean Edward Smith

    Aurthor Jean Edward Smith talked about his latest book Bush, a critical biography of former President George W. Bush.

    706 views
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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.

    318 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.

    1,071 views
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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.

    506 views
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