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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell appeared before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee to testify on oversight of the CARES Act and rebuilding the economy. Several topics were addressed during the hearing including expanded IRS authority, affordable housing, workforce participation and unemployment, access to child-care, inflation, and supply chain challenges. During her opening statement, Secretary Yellen stressed the need for Congress...
Topics: powell, biden, yellen, irs, chrm, toomey, ellen, sec, crapo, mediacom, brown, georgia, cbo, chair...
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[LIVE] The Senate continues work on the 2022 defense programs and policy bill. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: mr. schumer, mediacom, connecticut, yankton, mr. murphy, oxford, newtown, michigan
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Consumer advocacy experts testified before a Senate Commerce subcommittee on product safety over the holiday season. Much of the questioning focused on the choking hazard with button batteries. The witnesses also answered questions on counterfeit items and product recalls. Sponsor: Senate Commerce, Science,and Transportation Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Data Security
Topics: roe v. wade, mississippi, china, nebraska, united states supreme, kansas, north korea, casey,...
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[LIVE] The Senate continues work on the 2022 defense programs and policy bill. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: ramirez, china, frank ramirez, pentagon, arkansas, mr. markey, afghanistan, ndaa, batesville,...
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Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk joined the Chicago Council of Global Affairs for a discussion on the U.S. role in the Middle East. Indyk talked about his new book, "Master of the Game: Henry Kissinger and the Art of Middle East Diplomacy," and Kissinger's approach to securing Middle East peace. Sponsor: Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Topics: kissinger, israel, egypt, jordan, henry kissinger, syria, oslo, iran, martin, obama, china,...
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President Biden delivered remarks on four bills related to benefits for veterans. Following the remarks, he signed each bill into law. The bills addressed disparities in benefits, continuation of service, tuition for survivors, as well as a proposal to help mothers who have served. Sponsor: White House
Topics: biden, harris, john m mccue, johnson, martin, chicago
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Former U.S. Senator and One Country Project founder Heidi Heitkamp discussed rural voters and their impact on elections. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: north dakota, new york, joe manchin, heitkamp, trump, heidi heitkamp, montana, pennsylvania, donald...
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[LIVE] The Senate continues work on the 2022 defense programs and policy bill. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: biden, fishback, ndaa, guantanamo, china, russia, mississippi, mr. cornyn, washington, iraq,...
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The R Street Institute hosted a virtual discussion with political experts and academics on the importance of stabilizing democracy. They addressed the reasons why the losers of elections might not concede and touched on ways that would improve upon the trust and confidence of the electoral process. Sponsor: R Street Institute
Topics: washington, meredith, shaun, donald trump, alabama, archer, texas, todd donovan, georgia, donovan,...
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The House Select Modernization of Congress Committee held a hearing focusing on civility and collaboration in Congress. Testifying before the committee were experts from the fields of leadership development, workplace civility and collaborative policymaking who shared ideas on how members can foster relationships leading to a more collaborative and civil work environment. Sponsor: House Select Modernization of Congress Committee
Topics: craig, steve, phillips, wiseman, reggie, mr richards, kilmer, liz wiseman, marcus, john elway,...
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Consumer advocates testified about scams targeting the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic before the Senate Special Committee on Aging. After a brief break the witnesses, including one scam survivor, continued to discuss various scams criminals are using to target the elderly including romantic and employment scams as well as identity theft. Witnesses answered questions about the best ways to protect seniors. Sponsor: Senate Special Aging Committee
Topics: scott, blumenthal, kate, nevada, ftc, daniel, kelly, gillibrand, williamson, aarp, kleiner, fbi,...
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Consumer advocates testified about scams targeting the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic before the Senate Special Committee on Aging. The witnesses, including one scam survivor, talked about how criminals are taking advantage of older people who may be more isolated during the pandemic. The committee took a brief break after opening statements. Sponsor: Senate Special Aging Committee
Topics: scott, kate, pennsylvania, south carolina, ftc, daniel, tony, kate kleiner, casey, massachusetts,...
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The Senate Subcommittee on Food and Nutrition, Specialty Crops, Organics, and Research held a hearing focused on nutrition. The discussion and questioning touched on multiple issues including health care, federal subsidies, food production, and availability. Sponsor: Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee
Topics: booker, braun, mozaffarian, usda, marshall, stover, warne, warren, georgia, south dakota, texas,...
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The Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) hosted a discussion on North Korea. Topics included U.S. diplomacy, China's relationship to its neighbor and what life is like inside North Korea. Professors in Asian studies also shared their contributions to a multi-year research project focused on North Korea. Sponsor: Center for Strategic and International Studies
Topics: north korea, south korea, andrew, china, canada, bridget, sheena, washington, csis, korea, obama,...
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Finance experts and civil rights advocates testified on barriers LGBTQ individuals face in the financial services industry before a House Financial Services subcommittee. Witnesses talked about the need for federal legislation that would recognize and protect LGBTQ people and prevent discrimination in areas such as employment, housing and banking. Sponsor: House Financial Services Subcommittee on Diversity and Inclusion
Topics: david chapelle, texas
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The House Select Modernization of Congress Committee held a hearing focusing on civility and collaboration in Congress. Testifying before the committee were experts from the fields of leadership development, workplace civility and collaborative policymaking who shared ideas on how members can foster relationships leading to a more collaborative and civil work environment. Sponsor: House Select Modernization of Congress Committee
Topics: house, peyton manning, john elway, minnesota, steve, texas
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The Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) hosted a discussion on North Korea. Topics included U.S. diplomacy, China's relationship to its neighbor and what life is like inside North Korea. Professors in Asian studies also shared their contributions to a multi-year research project focused on North Korea. Sponsor: Center for Strategic and International Studies
Topics: north korea, south korea, china, un, korea, canada, obama, washington, bridget, seoul, pyongyang,...
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Dr. Amesh Adalja of Johns Hopkins University's Center for Health Security discussed the latest news regarding Covid-19 vaccines and therapeutics and the winter outlook for the pandemic. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: africa, johns hopkins, washington, south africa, uk, pittsburgh, johnson, michael, botswana,...
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[LIVE] The Senate will continue work on the 2022 defense programs and policy bill (NDAA). Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: ohio, biden, china, mr. schumer, ndaa, mexico, washington, hunter biden, schumer, tennessee,...
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British Home Secretary Priti Patel delivered remarks and participated in a conversation on UK national security with the Heritage Foundation. Secretary Patel announced new action to outlaw Hamas. Other topics discussed include Russian threats, cybersecurity and violent extremism. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: united kingdom, uk, afghanistan, margaret thatcher, china, thatcher, russia, patel, nato, iran,...
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Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates joined the Washington Post for a discussion on public service. After detailing his career as a public servant, he noted the aging federal workforce and the need for recruitment of young people to help reform and revive government agencies. Sponsor: [Washington Post] | Live
Topics: cia, washington, ukraine, taiwan, afghanistan, russia, china, kabul, bob gates, indiana, trump,...
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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) discussed his own investigation into the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and other political news of the day in a podcast with the Center for Security Policy. Sponsor: Center for Security Policy
Topics: johnson, fbi, washington, cdc, michael horowitz, hillary clinton, ron johnson, tucker carlsen,...
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[LIVE] President Biden delivers remarks from the White House on the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus. Sponsor: White House
Topics: johnson, fauci, south africa, d.c., victor davis hanson
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Viewer calls. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: biden, south africa, arkansas, pfizer, joe biden, white house, florida, washington, california,...
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[LIVE] Professors in Asian studies discuss the results of a multi-year study on North Korea, with specific focus on its government, ideology and society. Sponsor: Center for Strategic and International Studies
Topics: north korea, south korea, china, andrew, canada, csis, washington, seoul, sheena, bridget, obama,...
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Dr. Anthony Fauci, former U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams and Dr. Leana Wen shared their thoughts on the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic with the Bipartisan Policy Center. Topics also included vaccination requirements, vaccines for children and a look ahead to 2022. Sponsor: Bipartisan Policy Center
Topics: fauci, frist, adams, biden, wen, jerome, pepfar, parekh, tony, leana wen, jerome adams, purdue,...
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Publishing industry news and insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's BookTV for the week of November 28, 2021. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: washington, theodore roosevelt, donald trump, new york, theodore, roosevelt, paraguay, patrick,...
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University of Illinois journalism professor Nikki Usher offered her thoughts on the challenges facing American journalism. The Open Market Institute in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Open Markets Institute
Topics: nikki, minneapolis, amazon, donald trump, new york, google
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Hudson Institute senior fellow Arthur Herman discussed how the Vikings and their Scandinavian descendants shaped history. This virtual event was hosted by Norway House in Minneapolis. Sponsor: Norway House
Topics: vikings, minnesota, scandinavia, norway, denmark, sweden, europe, minneapolis, arthur herman,...
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Stanford University's Rob Reich, director of the Center for Ethics in Society, engineering professor Mehran Sahami, and political science professor Jeremy Weinstein discussed how Big Tech's focus on optimization and efficiency has affected moral values. This virtual event was provided by the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Sponsor: Computer History Museum
Topics: stanford, stanford, jeremy, silicon valley, microsoft, united nations, google, europe, washington,...
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Hudson Institute senior fellow Melanie Kirkpatrick talked about her biography of Godey's Lady's Book editor Sarah Josepha Hale, considered one of the most influential women in America during the 19th century. This virtual event was hosted by the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Hudson Institute
Topics: hale, victoria, david, boston, sarah, melanie kirkpatrick, sarah josepha hale, melanie, horatio,...
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and co-author Louise Penny discussed their novel, "State of Terror," about a fictional Secretary of State who has to deal with a world where U.S. leadership has been absent. This virtual event was hosted by Scattered Books in Chappaqua, New York. Sponsor: Scattered Books
Topics: betsy, louise, hillary clinton, hillary, stacy, stacey, chappaqua, new york, laura, clinton, ellen,...
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Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy argued that corporate America is signing on to "woke culture" only to increase profits. He was interviewed by Greg Mankiw, former Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers during the George W. Bush administration and is a Harvard University economics professor. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: goldman, china, blackrock, vivek ramaswamy, harvard, harvard, ohio, india, indiana, goldman sachs,...
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Qian Wang reflected on her journey as an undocumented child in America. Book Soup and Bookshop Bookstores, and Doubleday Publishing and Kepler's Literary Foundation hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Doubleday
Topics: china, canada, new york city
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Georgetown University Law professor Sheryll Cashin argued that U.S. housing policies have created an uneven "residential caste system" resulting in what she calls poverty-free havens and poverty-dense hoods. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Harvard Book Store
Topics: washington, d.c., cheryl, sheryll cashin, tomiko brown-nagin, harvard, sheryll, chicago, richmond,...
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Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy argued that corporate America is signing on to "woke culture" only to increase profits. He was interviewed by Greg Mankiw, former Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers during the George W. Bush administration and is a Harvard University economics professor. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: goldman, china, vivek ramaswamy, harlem, blackrock, ohio, indiana, goldman sachs, harvard,...
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Qian Wang reflected on her journey as an undocumented child in America. Book Soup and Bookshop Bookstores, and Doubleday Publishing and Kepler's Literary Foundation hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Doubleday
Topics: china, canada, kepler, menlo park, california, julie, new york city
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Georgetown University Law professor Sheryll Cashin argued that U.S. housing policies have created an uneven "residential caste system" resulting in what she calls poverty-free havens and poverty-dense hoods. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Harvard Book Store
Topics: sheryll cashin, washington, sheryll, new york, tomiko brown-nagin, toni morrison, angela davis,...
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Publishing industry news and insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's BookTV for the week of November 28, 2021. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: washington, theodore roosevelt, new york, donald trump, d.c., theodore, roosevelt, paraguay,...
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University of Illinois journalism professor Nikki Usher offered her thoughts on the challenges facing American journalism. The Open Market Institute in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Open Markets Institute
Topics: nikki, minneapolis, amazon, donald trump, new york, google
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Hudson Institute senior fellow Arthur Herman discussed how the Vikings and their Scandinavian descendants shaped history. This virtual event was hosted by Norway House in Minneapolis. Sponsor: Norway House
Topics: vikings, minnesota, scandinavia, norway, denmark, sweden, europe, minneapolis, arthur herman,...
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Stanford University's Rob Reich, director of the Center for Ethics in Society, engineering professor Mehran Sahami, and political science professor Jeremy Weinstein discussed how Big Tech's focus on optimization and efficiency has affected moral values. This virtual event was provided by the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Sponsor: Computer History Museum
Topics: stanford, stanford, jeremy, silicon valley, microsoft, united nations, google, europe, washington,...
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Hudson Institute senior fellow Melanie Kirkpatrick talked about her biography of Godey's Lady's Book editor Sarah Josepha Hale, considered one of the most influential women in America during the 19th century. This virtual event was hosted by the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Hudson Institute
Topics: hale, victoria, david, boston, sarah, melanie kirkpatrick, sarah josepha hale, melanie, horatio,...
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and co-author Louise Penny discussed their novel, "State of Terror," about a fictional Secretary of State who has to deal with a world where U.S. leadership has been absent. This virtual event was hosted by Scattered Books in Chappaqua, New York. Sponsor: Scattered Books
Topics: betsy, louise, hillary clinton, hillary, stacy, stacey, chappaqua, new york, laura, clinton, ellen,...
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Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy argued that corporate America is signing on to "woke culture" only to increase profits. He was interviewed by Greg Mankiw, former Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers during the George W. Bush administration and is a Harvard University economics professor. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: goldman, china, blackrock, vivek ramaswamy, harvard, harvard, ohio, india, indiana, goldman sachs,...
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Qian Wang reflected on her journey as an undocumented child in America. Book Soup and Bookshop Bookstores, and Doubleday Publishing and Kepler's Literary Foundation hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Doubleday
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Georgetown University Law professor Sheryll Cashin argued that U.S. housing policies have created an uneven "residential caste system" resulting in what she calls poverty-free havens and poverty-dense hoods. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Harvard Book Store
Topics: washington, d.c., cheryl, sheryll cashin, tomiko brown-nagin, harvard, sheryll, chicago, richmond,...
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Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy argued that corporate America is signing on to "woke culture" only to increase profits. He was interviewed by Greg Mankiw, former Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers during the George W. Bush administration and is a Harvard University economics professor. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
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Qian Wang reflected on her journey as an undocumented child in America. Book Soup and Bookshop Bookstores, and Doubleday Publishing and Kepler's Literary Foundation hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Doubleday
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Georgetown University Law professor Sheryll Cashin argued that U.S. housing policies have created an uneven "residential caste system" resulting in what she calls poverty-free havens and poverty-dense hoods. Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Harvard Book Store
Topics: sheryll cashin, washington, sheryll, new york, tomiko brown-nagin, toni morrison, angela davis,...
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Allen Guelzo talked about Confederate General Robert E. Lee's life from boyhood through the Civil War. The Atlanta History Center hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Atlanta History Center
Topics: virginia, washington, robert e. lee, robert e lee, gettysburg, arlington, tom clark, robert,...
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President Reagan implored the Soviets in a June 12, 1987, Berlin speech to "Tear down this wall." The Hoover Institution and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute hosted a look back at the evolution of that speech and its importance more than three decades later. Speakers included speech author Peter Robinson and Jamie Fly, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty president. Sponsor: Hoover Institution at Stanford University
Topics: berlin, reagan, jamie, germany, ronald reagan, china, europe, ragan, gorbachev, russia, peter,...
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A discussion on maintaining the historical legacy of Emmett Till featuring his cousin Rev. Wheeler Parker, Emmett Till Interpretive Center co-founder Patrick Weems, Emmett Till Memorial Commission member Jessie Jaynes-Diming, and University of Kansas professor Dave Tell. This program was hosted by the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC. Sponsor: National Museum of American History
Topics: emmett, jerome, mississippi, tallahassee, smithsonian, chicago, wheeler parker, washington,...
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President Nixon's daughter, Tricia, married Edward Cox on June 12, 1971, in the first Rose Garden wedding. Their reception followed in the East Room. The White House Naval Photographic Center filmed the wedding events and ceremony. Sponsor: U.S. Naval Photographic Center
Topics: tricia, patricia, white house, washington, virginia, nixon, eddie, edward, mrs. nixon, mamie...
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President Lyndon Johnson's daughter, Lynda, married U.S. Marine Capt. Charles Robb in a December 9, 1967, White House ceremony. The White House Naval Photographic Center captured the wedding preparations as well as the East Room vows. Sponsor: U.S. Naval Photographic Center
Topics: chuck, lynda, white house, washington, texas, lynda johnson, charles robb, linda, johnson, san...
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John Roy Price, a senior domestic policy adviser to President Nixon, gave a behind-the-scenes view of the 37th president's domestic agenda -- which included guaranteed family income, a national health insurance program and support for children's nutrition. Mr. Price was in conversation with Frank Gannon who also served in the Nixon White House. The Richard Nixon Foundation hosted this event. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: nixon, richard nixon, rockefeller, romney, eisenhower, new york, nixon, white house, michigan,...
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Historian Carole Bucy talked about how Nashville evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812. This program was held at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage in Nashville. Sponsor: Hermitage, The (Nashville, TN)
Topics: tennessee, nashville, andrew jackson, jackson, new orleans, alabama, washington, north carolina,...
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Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis taught a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks. He described why early historians and educators emphasized the Pilgrims' Plymouth Colony over earlier settlements, such as Jamestown in Virginia. Sponsor: Washington University in St. Louis
Topics: new york, new england, jamestown, emma willard, england, webster, puritans, boston, virginia,...
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John Roy Price, a senior domestic policy adviser to President Nixon, gave a behind-the-scenes view of the 37th president's domestic agenda -- which included guaranteed family income, a national health insurance program and support for children's nutrition. Mr. Price was in conversation with Frank Gannon who also served in the Nixon White House. The Richard Nixon Foundation hosted this event. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: nixon, rockefeller, richard nixon, nixon, new york, romney, dewey, goldwater, nixon, eisenhower,...
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Historian Carole Bucy talked about how Nashville evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812. This program was held at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage in Nashville. Sponsor: Hermitage, The (Nashville, TN)
Topics: nashville, tennessee, jackson, andrew jackson, new orleans, carole bucy, davidson, alabama,...
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Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis taught a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks. He described why early historians and educators emphasized the Pilgrims' Plymouth Colony over earlier settlements, such as Jamestown in Virginia. Sponsor: Washington University in St. Louis
Topics: new england, new york, jamestown, webster, plymouth, england, john adams, continental, boston,...
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Allen Guelzo talked about Confederate General Robert E. Lee's life from boyhood through the Civil War. The Atlanta History Center hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Atlanta History Center
Topics: robert e. lee, virginia, washington, gettysburg, arlington, pennsylvania, richmond, jackson, new...
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President Reagan implored the Soviets in a June 12, 1987, Berlin speech to "Tear down this wall." The Hoover Institution and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute hosted a look back at the evolution of that speech and its importance more than three decades later. Speakers included speech author Peter Robinson and Jamie Fly, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty president. Sponsor: Hoover Institution at Stanford University
Topics: berlin, reagan, jamie, germany, ronald reagan, china, europe, ragan, gorbachev, russia, peter,...
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A discussion on maintaining the historical legacy of Emmett Till featuring his cousin Rev. Wheeler Parker, Emmett Till Interpretive Center co-founder Patrick Weems, Emmett Till Memorial Commission member Jessie Jaynes-Diming, and University of Kansas professor Dave Tell. This program was hosted by the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC. Sponsor: National Museum of American History
Topics: emmett, jerome, mississippi, tallahassee, smithsonian, chicago, wheeler parker, washington,...
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President Nixon's daughter, Tricia, married Edward Cox on June 12, 1971, in the first Rose Garden wedding. Their reception followed in the East Room. The White House Naval Photographic Center filmed the wedding events and ceremony. Sponsor: U.S. Naval Photographic Center
Topics: tricia, patricia, white house, washington, virginia, nixon, eddie, edward, mrs. nixon, mamie...
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President Lyndon Johnson's daughter, Lynda, married U.S. Marine Capt. Charles Robb in a December 9, 1967, White House ceremony. The White House Naval Photographic Center captured the wedding preparations as well as the East Room vows. Sponsor: U.S. Naval Photographic Center
Topics: chuck, lynda, white house, washington, texas, lynda johnson, charles robb, linda, johnson, san...
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John Roy Price, a senior domestic policy adviser to President Nixon, gave a behind-the-scenes view of the 37th president's domestic agenda -- which included guaranteed family income, a national health insurance program and support for children's nutrition. Mr. Price was in conversation with Frank Gannon who also served in the Nixon White House. The Richard Nixon Foundation hosted this event. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
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Historian Carole Bucy talked about how Nashville evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812. This program was held at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage in Nashville. Sponsor: Hermitage, The (Nashville, TN)
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Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis taught a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks. He described why early historians and educators emphasized the Pilgrims' Plymouth Colony over earlier settlements, such as Jamestown in Virginia. Sponsor: Washington University in St. Louis
Topics: new york, new england, jamestown, emma willard, england, webster, puritans, boston, virginia,...
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John Roy Price, a senior domestic policy adviser to President Nixon, gave a behind-the-scenes view of the 37th president's domestic agenda -- which included guaranteed family income, a national health insurance program and support for children's nutrition. Mr. Price was in conversation with Frank Gannon who also served in the Nixon White House. The Richard Nixon Foundation hosted this event. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
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Historian Carole Bucy talked about how Nashville evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812. This program was held at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage in Nashville. Sponsor: Hermitage, The (Nashville, TN)
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Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis taught a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks. He described why early historians and educators emphasized the Pilgrims' Plymouth Colony over earlier settlements, such as Jamestown in Virginia. Sponsor: Washington University in St. Louis
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Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam offered his thoughts on why he believes faith can have a redemptive role in politics. Southern Festival of Books hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Southern Festival of Books
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Authors Martha Jones, Eddie Cole and Kate Masur examined the legacy and power of Black organizing and Black institutions in America. Sponsor: Boston Book Festival
Topics: jenkins, jones, vanguard, ohio, boston, kate masur, baltimore, maryland, washington, chicago,...
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Journalist Anita Diamant looked at the history of menstruation and shared stories of how a new generation of activists are working to dispel myths and misinformation about periods. The Boston Festival of Books hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Boston Book Festival
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