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Racial Matters, Racial Manners

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #499)
Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn is Associate Professor of History at Syracuse University and a former Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Center.
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Leaving Vietnam

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #497)
Larry Berman is professor of political science at University of California, Davis, and a former Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Center.
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Portland's Progress

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #496)
Earl Blumenauer is the Representative for the Third District of Oregon to the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Environmental Issues of the Next Century

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #495)
Geoffrey D. Dabelko is Director of the Environmental Change and Security Project at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
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Labyrinths of Violence: Postwar Eastern Europe

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #494)
Richard Crampton is professor of East European history at Oxford and a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson center.
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Milosevic: Man and Mystery

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #493)
Louis Sell is a former Director of the Office of Russian and European Studies at the State Department and a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
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When Radio Was King

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #492)
Ken Mueller is a Docent of the National Museum of Television and Radio in New York City.
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Anglomania

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #491)
Ian Buruma is a freelance author and journalist in London, England, and a former fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
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Yugoslavia: The Roots of Conflict

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #490)
Thom Shanker is Assistant Washington Editor of the New York Times.
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The Nature of American Democracy

Sep 03, 2015
(Episode #489)
Sean Wilentz is professor of history of Princeton University and a former fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
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