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Book Discussion Hot spots for global innovation.
Evicted Matthew Desmond examines public housing.
Discussion Phil Harvey and Lisa Conyers talk about the welfare system; they suggest that to reduce poverty, people need to understand the limits of government and radically reform the approach to welfare.
Naked Money Charles Wheelan, former correspondent for The Economist, discusses how America's banking and monetary systems should work and how they actually work.
Book Discussion Hot spots for global innovation.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
After Words John Yoo Law Professor John Yoo talks about the growth of the federal government and presidential power during the Obama administration; Professor Yoo is interviewed by attorney Victoria Toensing.
After Words Mary Frances Berry Former U.S. Civil Rights Commission Chair Mary Frances Berry discusses illegal voting practices; she is interviewed by Spencer Overton, president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
J.C. Watts Former Rep. J.C. Watts (R-Okla.) talks about guiding principles in his personal and professional life; he is interviewed by Kevin Merida, editor-in-chief of ESPN's The Undefeated.
Words-Steve Case American Online co-founder Steve Case examines the next step for the Internet in his book, ``The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur's Vision of the Future.'' Case is interviewed by Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.).
After Words John Yoo Law Professor John Yoo talks about the growth of the federal government and presidential power during the Obama administration; Professor Yoo is interviewed by attorney Victoria Toensing.
After Words Mary Frances Berry Former U.S. Civil Rights Commission Chair Mary Frances Berry discusses illegal voting practices; she is interviewed by Spencer Overton, president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
J.C. Watts Former Rep. J.C. Watts (R-Okla.) talks about guiding principles in his personal and professional life; he is interviewed by Kevin Merida, editor-in-chief of ESPN's The Undefeated.
Words-Steve Case American Online co-founder Steve Case examines the next step for the Internet in his book, ``The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur's Vision of the Future.'' Case is interviewed by Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.).
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Discussion From the 4th annual San Antonio Book Festival, Rebecca Traister and Kate Bolick discuss their books on women and the politics of marriage.
Phone-Dennis Prager Radio talk-show host Dennis Prager takes phone calls and comments from viewers about politics. From the 21st annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California.
Pandemics Panelists discuss pandemics.
Folger Shakespeare Book TV provides a tour the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., home to the world's largest Shakespeare collection.
William Shakespeare The anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Discussion From the 4th annual San Antonio Book Festival, Rebecca Traister and Kate Bolick discuss their books on women and the politics of marriage.
Phone-Dennis Prager Radio talk-show host Dennis Prager takes phone calls and comments from viewers about politics. From the 21st annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California.
Pandemics Panelists discuss pandemics.
Folger Shakespeare Book TV provides a tour the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., home to the world's largest Shakespeare collection.
William Shakespeare The anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Defeating Jihad Sebastian Gorka, chair of military theory at the Marine Corps University, discusses how to defeat ISIS and other jihadist groups.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
San Bernardino C-SPAN's Local Content Vehicles stop in San Bernardino, Calif., to feature the history and literary life of the community.
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Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss hip-hop and literature.
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Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss politics and literature.
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Race and Gender Panelists discuss race and gender.
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Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Bk.-Discussion Randy Barnett claims that the disagreement between Democrats and Republicans is based on their differing interpretations of the Constitution and the meaning of the phrase We the People.
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Discussion Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed and Thomas Jefferson scholar Peter Onuf look at the intellectual maturation of Thomas Jefferson.
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Review of Books The ``Claremont Review of Books.''
Economic Hit Man John Perkins tells stories about the work that economic operators do to cheat countries around the world out of trillions of dollars.
Good for the Money Washington Post reporter Peter Marks talks about how former AIG CEO Bob Benmosche revived the insurance company after the 2008 financial crisis.
Discussion Adina Hoffman analyzes three men who were responsible for much of Jerusalem's contemporary architecture and through their work she provides a history of the city from the early 20th century to today.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss hip-hop and literature.
Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss politics and literature.
Race and Gender Panelists discuss race and gender.
Discussion Phil Harvey and Lisa Conyers talk about the welfare system; they suggest that to reduce poverty, people need to understand the limits of government and radically reform the approach to welfare.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Mueller-Stewart ``Chasing Ghosts.''
Discussion From the 4th annual San Antonio Book Festival, Skip Hollandsworth and Kali Nicole Gross discuss their books on violent crime in 19th-century America.
The Fight to Vote Michael Waldman gives a history of voting rights in the United States, from the initial debates between the Founding Fathers to today's discussions on voter registration, fraud, and the role money plays in elections.
Bk.-Discussion Randy Barnett claims that the disagreement between Democrats and Republicans is based on their differing interpretations of the Constitution and the meaning of the phrase We the People.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Words-Steve Case American Online co-founder Steve Case examines the next step for the Internet in his book, ``The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur's Vision of the Future.'' Case is interviewed by Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.).
Review of Books The ``Claremont Review of Books.''
Diversity-Writing Diversity and writing programs.
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Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss black writers in the digital age.
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Memories From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss memories from youth to adulthood.
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Dyso-Muhammad From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, author and Georgetown University sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad, discuss director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
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Why Poetry Matters Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts under President George W. Bush and poet laureate of California, discusses the importance of poetry in the United States.
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Discussion Adina Hoffman analyzes three men who were responsible for much of Jerusalem's contemporary architecture and through their work she provides a history of the city from the early 20th century to today.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Good for the Money Washington Post reporter Peter Marks talks about how former AIG CEO Bob Benmosche revived the insurance company after the 2008 financial crisis.
The Fever of 1721 Stephen Coss recollects a smallpox outbreak in Boston in April 1721 that resulted in 844 deaths, one-tenth of Boston's population at the time.
Discussion Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed and Thomas Jefferson scholar Peter Onuf look at the intellectual maturation of Thomas Jefferson.
Good for the Money Washington Post reporter Peter Marks talks about how former AIG CEO Bob Benmosche revived the insurance company after the 2008 financial crisis.
Review of Books The ``Claremont Review of Books.''
Discussion From the 22nd annual Virginia Festival of the Book, Kelly Carlin recalls her late father, George Carlin.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Good for the Money Washington Post reporter Peter Marks talks about how former AIG CEO Bob Benmosche revived the insurance company after the 2008 financial crisis.
Diversity-Writing Diversity and writing programs.
Discussion From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, panelists discuss black writers in the digital age.
Dyso-Muhammad From the 13th National Black Writers Conference, author and Georgetown University sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad, discuss director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
U.S. Senate
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
Capitol Hill Speeches.