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The Unknown Stories Behind Familiar Legal Expressions  July 10, 2012
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Where did our law-related words and phrases originate and how did they become a common part of our everyday language?

The Glorious Story of a Rowdy Nation  July 10, 2012
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How did one of the most influential nations in history come to be?

Unbecoming British  July 9, 2012
Unbecoming British

Along with its revolutionary political independence, how did the United States of America gain cultural and social differentiation from its former colonial master Great Britain?

A Long Trip Home  July 9, 2012
mark-whitaker

How does one overcome a turbulent childhood and go on to achieve a successful career?

A Conversation with Dagoberto Gilb  July 5, 2012
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How does a writer emerge triumphant from a personal crisis?

The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mother  July 4, 2012
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Where did President Obama get his drive, dedication and commitment and who shaped his value system as a child?

The War Next Door  July 3, 2012
dominic-bracco

What is life really like for residents of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico?

A Conversation with Hal Holbrook  July 3, 2012
Hal Holbrook

What is required for an actor to successfully transform themselves into a character, over and over again?

Richard Brookhiser’s James Madison  July 2, 2012
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How did a “Father of the Constitution” also play a pivotal role in creating the American system of politics?

Seeing Things with Tony Cragg  July 2, 2012
Outspan, 2008

How is an artist’s view of the world represented by their work and what is necessary to make the leap to the physical form of an artwork?

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