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President George Washington delivered his farewell address in 1796. Mount Vernon hosted historians and authors to revisit his warnings against threats confronting the young nation. Featured speakers at this virtual event were historians Lindsay Chervinsky and Joseph Ellis as well as CNN's John Avlon. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
Topics: washington, jefferson, france, continental, adams, john, new york, louisiana, iraq, britain,...
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Bob Riel documented the stories of every presidential campaign from 1789 to 2020 --and of candidates from George Washington to Donald Trump - in his book "Quest for the Presidency." He was in conversation with author and Chapman University English professor Tom Zoellner. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: harrison, texas, truman, cleveland, washington, tyler, van buren, wallace, nixon, new york,...
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How did war shift transatlantic understandings of religion's role in public life? Katherine Carte addressed that question in a discussion about her book "Religion and the American Revolution: An Imperial History." George Washington's Mount Vernon hosted this virtual event and provided the video. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
Topics: england, scotland, atlantic, britain, dartmouth, north america, washington, new england
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How did George Washington's experimentation with farming influence his views on slavery? Author Bruce Ragsdale offered his thoughts in "Washington at the Plow-The Founding Farmer and the Question of Slavery." The National Archives hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: washington, vernon, virginia, britain, jefferson, mount vernon, pennsylvania, europe, bruce...
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Elizabeth Powel's political salons attracted, among others, constitutional convention delegates to her Philadelphia home. A surviving eight-page letter provides a glimpse into her role as confidante to her friend George Washington: She implored him to stand for a second term as president, though he had expressed his own doubts. Mount Vernon reference librarian Samantha Snyder and Kayla Anthony, Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks executive director, talked about her influence...
Topics: washington, philadelphia, elizabeth, powell, kayla, vernon, samuel powell, samuel, martha,...
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Author Nathaniel Philbrick examined George Washington's time as president by retracing his journey through the new republic. This virtual program was hosted by the National Archives. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: washington, jefferson, hamilton, new york, nathaniel philbrick, john brown, vernon, providence,...
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President George Washington delivered his farewell address in 1796. Mount Vernon hosted historians and authors to revisit his warnings against threats confronting the young nation. Featured speakers at this virtual event were historians Lindsay Chervinsky and Joseph Ellis as well as CNN's John Avlon. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
Topics: washington, jefferson, france, continental, britain, john, philadelphia, new york, adams, hamilton,...
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Bob Riel documented the stories of every presidential campaign from 1789 to 2020 --and of candidates from George Washington to Donald Trump - in his book "Quest for the Presidency." He was in conversation with author and Chapman University English professor Tom Zoellner. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: harrison, texas, cleveland, truman, tyler, wallace, van buren, new york, washington, philadelphia,...
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How did war shift transatlantic understandings of religion's role in public life? Katherine Carte addressed that question in a discussion about her book "Religion and the American Revolution: An Imperial History." George Washington's Mount Vernon hosted this virtual event and provided the video. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
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How did George Washington's experimentation with farming influence his views on slavery? Author Bruce Ragsdale offered his thoughts in "Washington at the Plow-The Founding Farmer and the Question of Slavery." The National Archives hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: washington, vernon, virginia, britain, pennsylvania, bruce ragsdale, europe, national archives,...
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Author Nathaniel Philbrick examined George Washington's time as president by retracing his journey through the new republic. This virtual program was hosted by the National Archives. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: washington, jefferson, hamilton, new york, vernon, john brown, england, brown, france, virginia,...
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President George Washington delivered his farewell address in 1796. Mount Vernon hosted historians and authors to revisit his warnings against threats confronting the young nation. Featured speakers at this virtual event were historians Lindsay Chervinsky and Joseph Ellis as well as CNN's John Avlon. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
Topics: washington, jefferson, france, hamilton, john, continental, vernon, adams, martha, iraq, spain,...
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Bob Riel documented the stories of every presidential campaign from 1789 to 2020 --and of candidates from George Washington to Donald Trump - in his book "Quest for the Presidency." He was in conversation with author and Chapman University English professor Tom Zoellner. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: harrison, texas, cleveland, truman, tyler, wallace, van buren, new york, philadelphia, andrew...
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How did war shift transatlantic understandings of religion's role in public life? Katherine Carte addressed that question in a discussion about her book "Religion and the American Revolution: An Imperial History." George Washington's Mount Vernon hosted this virtual event and provided the video. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
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How did George Washington's experimentation with farming influence his views on slavery? Author Bruce Ragsdale offered his thoughts in "Washington at the Plow-The Founding Farmer and the Question of Slavery." The National Archives hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
Topics: washington, vernon, virginia, britain, pennsylvania, europe, national archives, bruce ragsdale,...
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Elizabeth Powel's political salons attracted, among others, constitutional convention delegates to her Philadelphia home. A surviving eight-page letter provides a glimpse into her role as confidante to her friend George Washington: She implored him to stand for a second term as president, though he had expressed his own doubts. Mount Vernon reference librarian Samantha Snyder and Kayla Anthony, Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks executive director, talked about her influence...
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Author Nathaniel Philbrick examined George Washington's time as president by retracing his journey through the new republic. This virtual program was hosted by the National Archives. Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration
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Historian Joan Waugh talked about the early life, education, and military career of Francis Barlow, known as the Boy General. This program was part of Gettysburg College's annual Civil War Institute conference. Sponsor: Gettysburg College | Civil War Institute
Topics: barlow, new york, hancock, gettysburg, gordon, potomac, peter, francis barlow, virginia,...
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Curator Wendy Ikemoto explored the New York Historical Society's exhibition that addresses the debate over historical monuments. This was a virtual program hosted by the New York Historical Society. Sponsor: New York Historical Society
Topics: new york, new york city, diane xavier, manhattan, continental, washington, naacp, barbara, alger,...
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Author Roger Lowenstein talked about how Abraham Lincoln and his Treasury secretary Salmon Chase worked together to manage the financial front during the Civil War, levying taxes and marketing bonds while trying to contain wartime inflation. This event was hosted by Book & Books in Miami. Sponsor: Books and Books
Topics: illinois, virginia, europe, ukraine, south carolina, england, georgia, lincoln, kentucky, frederick...
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Keith O'Brien talked about female pilots in the 1920s who broke into the male-dominated sport of airplane racing. This talk was part of the University of Mary Washington's "Great Lives" lecture series. Sponsor: University of Mary Washington
Topics: ruth nichols, chicago, new york, louise, amelia earhart, florence, lindbergh, boston, amelia,...
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Geraldine Hawkins talked about Theodore Roosevelt's sisters as part of an event hosted by the Society of Presidential Descendants. Ms. Hawkins is the author of "Elliott and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Story of a Father and His Daughter in the Gilded Age." Sponsor: Society of Presidential Descendants,Roosevelt School at Long Island University
Topics: theodore, eleanor, elliot, corinne, bammy, england, franklin, new york, roosevelt, theodore...
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Former first lady Lou Henry Hoover was a trained geologist who joined Herbert Hoover in his World War I relief efforts before moving into the White House in 1929. Annette Dunlap, author of a biography, told her story at an event hosted by the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum in West Branch, Iowa. Sponsor: Hoover (Herbert) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: london, bert, china, white house, california, hoover, belgium, europe, henry hoover, washington,...
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Presidential historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin talked about how presidents have sought refuge from the pressures of their job - with sports, fishing, theater, and even poker. She spoke about Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson at an event co-hosted by the Society of Presidential Descendants. Sponsor: Society of Presidential Descendants,Roosevelt School at Long Island University
Topics: washington, white house, johnson, roosevelt, lyndon johnson, abraham lincoln, lbj, hopkins,...
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Former U.S. Army Historian Kim Holien spoke about the impact that Generals George Patton and Erwin Rommel had on the June 6, 1944, D-Day operation. This event took place at the Lyceum in Alexandria, Virginia. Sponsor: Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee
Topics: rummel, patton, hitler, germany, eisenhower, normandy, george patton, north africa, france, erwin...
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San Diego State University professor Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman talked about Alexander Hamilton's role in the creation of the federal government. She described how, after the American Revolution, states operated as separate countries, which often caused problems. Alexander Hamilton, one of the authors of the Federalist Papers, argued during the Constitutional Convention for a strong central government to mediate between the states. Sponsor: San Diego State University
Topics: alexander hamilton, hamilton, aaron burr, poland, new york, washington, virginia, united nations,...
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Presidential historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin talked about how presidents have sought refuge from the pressures of their job - with sports, fishing, theater, and even poker. She spoke about Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson at an event co-hosted by the Society of Presidential Descendants. Sponsor: Society of Presidential Descendants,Roosevelt School at Long Island University
Topics: washington, white house, johnson, roosevelt, lyndon johnson, abraham lincoln, lbj, hopkins,...
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Former U.S. Army Historian Kim Holien spoke about the impact that Generals George Patton and Erwin Rommel had on the June 6, 1944, D-Day operation. This event took place at the Lyceum in Alexandria, Virginia. Sponsor: Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee
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San Diego State University professor Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman talked about Alexander Hamilton's role in the creation of the federal government. She described how, after the American Revolution, states operated as separate countries, which often caused problems. Alexander Hamilton, one of the authors of the Federalist Papers, argued during the Constitutional Convention for a strong central government to mediate between the states. Sponsor: San Diego State University
Topics: alexander hamilton, hamilton, aaron burr, poland, new york, washington, virginia, united nations,...
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Historian Joan Waugh talked about the early life, education, and military career of Francis Barlow, known as the Boy General. This program was part of Gettysburg College's annual Civil War Institute conference. Sponsor: Gettysburg College | Civil War Institute
Topics: barlow, new york, hancock, gettysburg, gordon, potomac, peter, francis barlow, virginia,...
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Curator Wendy Ikemoto explored the New York Historical Society's exhibition that addresses the debate over historical monuments. This was a virtual program hosted by the New York Historical Society. Sponsor: New York Historical Society
Topics: new york, new york city, diane xavier, manhattan, continental, washington, naacp, barbara, alger,...
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Author Roger Lowenstein talked about how Abraham Lincoln and his Treasury secretary Salmon Chase worked together to manage the financial front during the Civil War, levying taxes and marketing bonds while trying to contain wartime inflation. This event was hosted by Book & Books in Miami. Sponsor: Books and Books
Topics: illinois, virginia, europe, ukraine, south carolina, england, georgia, lincoln, kentucky, frederick...
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Keith O'Brien talked about female pilots in the 1920s who broke into the male-dominated sport of airplane racing. This talk was part of the University of Mary Washington's "Great Lives" lecture series. Sponsor: University of Mary Washington
Topics: ruth nichols, chicago, new york, louise, amelia earhart, florence, lindbergh, boston, amelia,...
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Geraldine Hawkins talked about Theodore Roosevelt's sisters as part of an event hosted by the Society of Presidential Descendants. Ms. Hawkins is the author of "Elliott and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Story of a Father and His Daughter in the Gilded Age." Sponsor: Society of Presidential Descendants,Roosevelt School at Long Island University
Topics: theodore, eleanor, elliot, corinne, bammy, england, franklin, new york, roosevelt, theodore...
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Former first lady Lou Henry Hoover was a trained geologist who joined Herbert Hoover in his World War I relief efforts before moving into the White House in 1929. Annette Dunlap, author of a biography, told her story at an event hosted by the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum in West Branch, Iowa. Sponsor: Hoover (Herbert) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: london, bert, china, white house, california, hoover, belgium, europe, henry hoover, washington,...
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Presidential historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin talked about how presidents have sought refuge from the pressures of their job - with sports, fishing, theater, and even poker. She spoke about Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson at an event co-hosted by the Society of Presidential Descendants. Sponsor: Society of Presidential Descendants,Roosevelt School at Long Island University
Topics: washington, white house, johnson, roosevelt, lyndon johnson, abraham lincoln, lbj, hopkins,...
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Former U.S. Army Historian Kim Holien spoke about the impact that Generals George Patton and Erwin Rommel had on the June 6, 1944, D-Day operation. This event took place at the Lyceum in Alexandria, Virginia. Sponsor: Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee
Topics: rummel, patton, hitler, germany, eisenhower, normandy, george patton, north africa, france, erwin...
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San Diego State University professor Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman talked about Alexander Hamilton's role in the creation of the federal government. She described how, after the American Revolution, states operated as separate countries, which often caused problems. Alexander Hamilton, one of the authors of the Federalist Papers, argued during the Constitutional Convention for a strong central government to mediate between the states. Sponsor: San Diego State University
Topics: alexander hamilton, hamilton, aaron burr, poland, new york, washington, virginia, united nations,...
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Presidential historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin talked about how presidents have sought refuge from the pressures of their job - with sports, fishing, theater, and even poker. She spoke about Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson at an event co-hosted by the Society of Presidential Descendants. Sponsor: Society of Presidential Descendants,Roosevelt School at Long Island University
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Former U.S. Army Historian Kim Holien spoke about the impact that Generals George Patton and Erwin Rommel had on the June 6, 1944, D-Day operation. This event took place at the Lyceum in Alexandria, Virginia. Sponsor: Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee
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San Diego State University professor Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman talked about Alexander Hamilton's role in the creation of the federal government. She described how, after the American Revolution, states operated as separate countries, which often caused problems. Alexander Hamilton, one of the authors of the Federalist Papers, argued during the Constitutional Convention for a strong central government to mediate between the states. Sponsor: San Diego State University
Topics: alexander hamilton, hamilton, aaron burr, poland, new york, washington, virginia, united nations,...
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Authors Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctus discussed the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe. v. Wade and their book on the abortion debate in America. The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., hosted this event. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: ryan anderson, new york, france, erica, washington, texas, romney, alexandra, casey, cbs, robbie...
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Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden discussed the role of libraries in the digital age. This program took place at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Sponsor: American Library Association
Topics: nancy, washington, maryland, vietnam, columbia
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Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) talked about his book, "Saving Nine," in which he argues against adding seats to the Supreme Court. This event was hosted by the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: washington, biden, woodrow wilson, owen roberts, nickelback, joe biden, franklin d roosevelt, joe...
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Author David McKean talked about President Franklin Roosevelt's ambassadors in London, Berlin, Rome, Paris and Moscow - and how all but one misjudged the rise of Hitler and the Third Reich. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: roosevelt, hitler, germany, europe, kennedy, franklin roosevelt, luxembourg, breckenridge, france,...
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Author Kathryn Olmsted talked about the American media titans of the pre-World War II years and their influence on public perceptions of President Franklin Roosevelt and his policies. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: roosevelt, hurst, mccormick, hitler, europe, new york, patterson, nazis, washington, franklin...
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Author Kathryn Smith talked about the uniquely Southern experience of Prohibition in the years between 1920 and 1933, and the people and events that defined that time. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: georgia, south carolina, new york, miami, charleston, dawsonville, catherine smith, washington,...
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Author Michael Burgess talked about the period before FDR's presidency, and the experiences and policies from the Roosevelts' New York years that influenced later New Deal programs. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: eleanor, new york, albany, franklin, al smith, roosevelt, francis perkins, smith, washington, fdr,...
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Author Don Carleton talked about William and Oveta Hobby, and their close relationship with Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. William Hobby was a former Texas governor and publisher of what became the Houston Post. His wife, Oveta, was the first director of the U.S. Women's Army Corps (1942-45), and a later editor and publisher of the Post. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: oviedo, texas, houston, eleanor, eisenhower, roosevelt, eleanor roosevelt, marshall, ireland, fdr,...
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, joe biden, new york, bush, washington, trump, russia, hillary clinton, stacey abrams,...
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Filmmaker Michael Pack, who served as CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media under President Donald Trump, talked about his book "Created Equal," about the life and career of Justice Clarence Thomas. The book is based on dozens of hours of interviews with Justice Thomas and his wife, Ginni. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: jenny, georgia, savannah, massachusetts
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Journalist Mark Follman reported on the use of behavioral threat assessment to identify and stop potential mass shooters. The Commonwealth Club of California hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: fbi, jones, virginia, brandon, columbine, california, aurora, christina anderson, florida,...
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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 talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: brazil, russia, glenn greenwald, hong kong, louisville, greenwald, new york, obama, latin america,...
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, joe biden, new york, bush, washington, trump, russia, hillary clinton, stacey abrams,...
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Filmmaker Michael Pack, who served as CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media under President Donald Trump, talked about his book "Created Equal," about the life and career of Justice Clarence Thomas. The book is based on dozens of hours of interviews with Justice Thomas and his wife, Ginni. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: jenny, georgia, savannah, massachusetts
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Journalist Mark Follman reported on the use of behavioral threat assessment to identify and stop potential mass shooters. The Commonwealth Club of California hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: fbi, jones, virginia, brandon, columbine, california, aurora, christina anderson, florida,...
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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 talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: brazil, russia, glenn greenwald, hong kong, louisville, greenwald, new york, obama, latin america,...
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Authors Ryan Anderson and Alexandra DeSanctus discussed the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe. v. Wade and their book on the abortion debate in America. The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., hosted this event. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: ryan anderson, new york, france, erica, washington, texas, romney, alexandra, casey, cbs, robbie...
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Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden discussed the role of libraries in the digital age. This program took place at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Sponsor: American Library Association
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Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) talked about his book, "Saving Nine," in which he argues against adding seats to the Supreme Court. This event was hosted by the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: washington, biden, woodrow wilson, owen roberts, nickelback, joe biden, franklin d roosevelt, joe...
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Author David McKean talked about President Franklin Roosevelt's ambassadors in London, Berlin, Rome, Paris and Moscow - and how all but one misjudged the rise of Hitler and the Third Reich. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
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Author Kathryn Olmsted talked about the American media titans of the pre-World War II years and their influence on public perceptions of President Franklin Roosevelt and his policies. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
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Author Kathryn Smith talked about the uniquely Southern experience of Prohibition in the years between 1920 and 1933, and the people and events that defined that time. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: georgia, south carolina, new york, miami, charleston, dawsonville, catherine smith, washington,...
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Author Michael Burgess talked about the period before FDR's presidency, and the experiences and policies from the Roosevelts' New York years that influenced later New Deal programs. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: eleanor, new york, albany, franklin, al smith, roosevelt, francis perkins, smith, washington, fdr,...
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Author Don Carleton talked about William and Oveta Hobby, and their close relationship with Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. William Hobby was a former Texas governor and publisher of what became the Houston Post. His wife, Oveta, was the first director of the U.S. Women's Army Corps (1942-45), and a later editor and publisher of the Post. The Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York, hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
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Filmmaker Michael Pack, who served as CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media under President Donald Trump, talked about his book "Created Equal," about the life and career of Justice Clarence Thomas. The book is based on dozens of hours of interviews with Justice Thomas and his wife, Ginni. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
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Journalist Mark Follman reported on the use of behavioral threat assessment to identify and stop potential mass shooters. The Commonwealth Club of California hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
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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 talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: brazil, russia, glenn greenwald, hong kong, louisville, greenwald, new york, obama, latin america,...
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
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Filmmaker Michael Pack, who served as CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media under President Donald Trump, talked about his book "Created Equal," about the life and career of Justice Clarence Thomas. The book is based on dozens of hours of interviews with Justice Thomas and his wife, Ginni. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
Topics: jenny, georgia, savannah, massachusetts
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Journalist Mark Follman reported on the use of behavioral threat assessment to identify and stop potential mass shooters. The Commonwealth Club of California hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
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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 talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
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Evergreen State College professor Bradley Proctor taught a class about how the end of the Cold War impacted American youth culture in the 1990s. Sponsor: Evergreen State College, The
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Westminster College and America's National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Missouri hosted events to commemorate the anniversary of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech at the college on March 5, 1946. Author and Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist George Will delivered the keynote. Sponsor: Westminster College (Fulton, MO),National Churchill Museum
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