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7:00 am ET Approx. 44 min. LIVE Open Phones ; Telephone lines were open for comments on the chances of an open Republican convention in ... Telephone lines were open for comments on the chances of an open Republican convention in 2012.
C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo previewed the Sunday morning talk shows at the end of the program.
6:46 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 9 min. Book Discussion on The Invisible Arab ; Marwan Bishara talked about the causes for the revolutions that made up the “Arab ... Marwan Bishara talked about the causes for the revolutions that made up the “Arab Spring.” Mr. Bishara argued that the uprisings have a long history that has been largely ignored by the media in the West. He responded to questions from members of the audience at Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies. 6:59 am ET Approx. 59 min. Q&A with Mick Caouette ; Producer Mick Caouette talked about his documentary on former Senator and Vice President Hubert ... Producer Mick Caouette talked about his documentary on former Senator and Vice President Hubert Humphrey. The film is the story of his life with emphasis on his leadership role in the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The documentary also features video from his political years running for the Senate, vice-president, and president. The program featured clips from the documentary.
Producer Mick Caouette started working on the documentary eleven years ago, and it was released in the fall of 2010.
7:46 am ET Approx. 50 min. LIVE 2012 Elections ; ; Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential ... Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential nomination race thus far. Topics included the possibility of an open Republican convention, the candidates, the upcoming Puerto Rico caucus and Illinois primary, and the launch of a documentary by the Obama campaign about his first term in office, They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 8:00 am ET Approx. 58 min. Book Discussion on We're with Nobody ; ; Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian discussed their careers as political opposition ... Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian discussed their careers as political opposition researchers. The journalists and partners of the political research firm, Huffman & Rejebian, are hired to research a client’s political opponent and focus on items that display their weaknesses. The authors recounted their nearly two decades of work in the field and their various clients and sources. Alan Huffman and Micheal Rejebian responded to questions from members of the audience at the Half King Bar & Restaurant in New York City. 8:00 am ET Approx. 26 min. Old Sturbridge Village ; In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
8:39 am ET Approx. 39 min. LIVE U.S. Future Role in Afghanistan and Pakistan ; ; Jere Van Dyk talked about the latest developments in the U.S. war in Afghanistan, and he responded ... Jere Van Dyk talked about the latest developments in the U.S. war in Afghanistan, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Other topics included the strained relationship between the U.S. and the Pakistani and Afghan governments. and the planned final withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from the region by 2014.
Mr. Van Dyk, the author of Captive: My Time as a Prisoner of the Taliban, participated from New York City.
9:00 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 56 min. Panel Discussion on the Global Economy Robert Silvers moderated a panel discussion on the current global economic crisis. Topics ... Robert Silvers moderated a panel discussion on the current global economic crisis. Topics included the problems with the euro such as the economy of Greece, the recession in the U.S., the future strength of the Chinese economy, and global climate change. They also responded to questions from members of the audience in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium of the Metropolitan Museum of Art .
“Global Economy: Crisis Without End -- From Europe to Beijing to Washington, Can the World’s Economic System Cope?” was an event held by the New York Review of Books, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Fritt Ord Foundation of Oslo.
8:27 am ET Approx. 1 min. Albert Einstein Memorial Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and scientist Albert Einstein. The statue on the grounds of the National Academy of Science was dedicated April 22, 1979, near the centennial of his birth. Topics included the sculptor, Robert Berks, and the symbolism of the monument.
Date 2010.
9:20 am ET Approx. 38 min. LIVE Google and Information Privacy ; Erica Nuland talked about plans by U.S. and European Union regulations to investigate Google over ... Erica Nuland talked about plans by U.S. and European Union regulations to investigate Google over claims that users of the Safari web browser had information collected about them, even after users applied privacy settings. She also discussed the recent “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” released by the White House and efforts by Congressional efforts on “Do Not Track” legislation, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 10:57 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. Book Discussion on Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America ; Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of ... Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of politics in America, specifically the idea of utopianism. The author contends that such a state is untenable and hurts society and the individual. Mark Levin was interviewed by John Heubusch and then responded to questions from members of the audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. 8:30 am ET Approx. 45 min. Benjamin Henry Latrobe and the Madison White House ; Benjamin Henry Latrobe - regarded as the ``Father of American Architecture'' - worked closely with ... Benjamin Henry Latrobe - regarded as the ``Father of American Architecture'' - worked closely with President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Madison to refine the look and function of the early White House. Latrobe’s partnership with the Madisons is the subject of a talk at the Maryland Historical Society by Leslie Jones. She is Collections Manager at the White House Historical Association - headquartered in Lafayette Square, across from the White House where Latrobe once labored. 
This program is 45 minutes.
10:00 am ET Approx. 31 min. Newsmakers with Ken Cuccinelli Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli talked about his opposition to the 2010 health care ... Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli talked about his opposition to the 2010 health care law. He also discussed contraception coverage and the 2012 elections. 12:36 pm ET Approx. 29 min. After Words with Maggie Anderson ; In Our Black Year: One Family’s Quest to Buy Black in America’s Racially Divided ... In Our Black Year: One Family’s Quest to Buy Black in America’s Racially Divided Economy, Maggie Anderson wrote about the year her family spent engaged in the economic experiment of buying exclusively from African-American owned business - and how difficult that was to do in her home area of Chicago. She discussed the importance of what she calls “conscious consumerism” with Washington Post reporter Krissah Thompson. 9:16 am ET Approx. 15 min. The Papers of Abraham Lincoln ; ; A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any ... A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any correspondence from or to Abraham Lincoln and some recently discovered documents.
10:33 am ET Approx. 2 hr. 13 min. Situation in Sudan and South Sudan Witnesses testified on the independence of and insecurity in Sudan and South Sudan. Committee ... Witnesses testified on the independence of and insecurity in Sudan and South Sudan. Committee members discussed U.S. policies toward Sudan and South Sudan, including how the two countries can share oil revenues and Sudan’s continued presence on the list of countries that provide support to international terrorism.
In the first panel, Princeton Lyman and Nancy Lindborg detailed the continuing humanitarian crisis in South Sudan. Ms. Lindborg warned that if the current restriction on aid is not lifted, the nation could be faced with famine by April. 
During the second panel, George Clooney testified about his visit to Southern Sudan, describing an atmosphere of fear amongst the residents due to attacks allegedly perpetrated by Sudan President Omar Hassan Ahmad Al-Bashir. These attacks, he said, have driven many people to live in caves.
A short video of Clooney’s trip to the area was also played for the committee.
1:06 pm ET Approx. 12 min. Book Discussion on The Agitator's Daughter ; Sheryll Cashin talked about her book, The Agitator’s Daughter: A Memoir of Four ... Sheryll Cashin talked about her book, The Agitator’s Daughter: A Memoir of Four Generations of One Extraordinary African-American Family. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 9:33 am ET Approx. 26 min. Slave Labor and U.S. Capitol Construction Many slaves helped build the U.S. Capitol, including Philip Reid, who supervised the casting of ... Many slaves helped build the U.S. Capitol, including Philip Reid, who supervised the casting of the bronze statue which stands on the Capitol dome. Recently, House and Senate leaders reflected on the contributions of these slaves at a ceremony dedicating a marker in their honor in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner and Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia are among the members of Congress who spoke.
This is about 45 minutes.
12:48 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 29 min. National Security Agenda Defense and foreign policy scholars discussed the U.S. national security agenda in the Middle ... Defense and foreign policy scholars discussed the U.S. national security agenda in the Middle East, North Africa and the Asia Pacific regions and the role of national security issues in the 2012 presidential elections. They also responded to questions from the audience. 1:19 pm ET Approx. 16 min. Book Discussion on Embryo Politics ; Thomas Banchoff talked about his book, Embryo Politics: Ethics and Policy in Atlantic ... Thomas Banchoff talked about his book, Embryo Politics: Ethics and Policy in Atlantic Democracies. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 10:01 am ET Approx. 59 min. Women and the Founding of America ; While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the ... While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the encouragement and work of many women things may have ended up differently.
Next, George Mason University History Professor Rosemarie Zagarri examines the important role that women played in generating support for the revolutionary war and how their involvement helped pave the way for a greater political identity for women within the new nation.
This is an hour.
2:18 pm ET Approx. 50 min. 2012 Elections ; ; Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential ... Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential nomination race thus far. Topics included the possibility of an open Republican convention, the candidates, the upcoming Puerto Rico caucus and Illinois primary, and the launch of a documentary by the Obama campaign about his first term in office, They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 1:36 pm ET Approx. 20 min. Book Discussion on Becoming American? ; Yvonne Haddad talked about her book, Becoming American?: The Forging of Arab and Muslim ... Yvonne Haddad talked about her book, Becoming American?: The Forging of Arab and Muslim Identity in Pluralist America. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 11:00 am ET Approx. 46 min. African-American Troops in the Civil War ; ; This week on “The Civil War,” author William Dobak discussed his book, Freedom by ... This week on “The Civil War,” author William Dobak discussed his book, Freedom by the Sword: The U.S. Colored Troops, 1862-1867, which examines how African American troops were used to improve Union intelligence and the varying attitudes of Union leaders towards black soldiers. 
This is forty minutes.
3:09 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Nuclear Safety Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) members testified on the implementation of new safety changes ... Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) members testified on the implementation of new safety changes put into place following the nuclear emergency at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi plant after an earthquake. 2:01 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Book Discussion on We're with Nobody ; ; Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian discussed their careers as political opposition ... Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian discussed their careers as political opposition researchers. The journalists and partners of the political research firm, Huffman & Rejebian, are hired to research a client’s political opponent and focus on items that display their weaknesses. The authors recounted their nearly two decades of work in the field and their various clients and sources. Alan Huffman and Micheal Rejebian responded to questions from members of the audience at the Half King Bar & Restaurant in New York City. 11:47 am ET Approx. 12 min. The Vanderbilts' Marble House ; Alva Vanderbilt was the force behind the French inspired palace called “The Marble ... Alva Vanderbilt was the force behind the French inspired palace called “The Marble House.” The Gilded Age relic is preserved in the Rhode Island seaside town of Newport -- the storied 19th century resort of industrialists, financiers, statesmen and artists. The Vanderbilt family fortune came from steamships and the New York Central Railroad. American History TV toured the mansion that the Vanderbilts called their summer cottage.
4:43 pm ET Approx. 46 min. LIVE Mitt Romney Remarks in Rockford, Illinois ; Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks ... Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks telephone lines were open for comments on the campaign. 3:00 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Book Discussion on All In: The Education of General Petraeus ; ; Former Army officer Paula Broadwell talked about David Petraeus' military career and his impact on ... Former Army officer Paula Broadwell talked about David Petraeus' military career and his impact on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. General Petraeus gave her access to himself and his team for the book. She was joined by her co-author Vernon Loeb in responding to questions from members of the audience at Politics and Prose in Washington, D.C. 12:01 pm ET Approx. 56 min. Career of Abolitionist John Willis Menard Abolitionist John Willis Menard was elected to the U.S. Congress in 1868, and although he was ... Abolitionist John Willis Menard was elected to the U.S. Congress in 1868, and although he was never seated, he was the first African American to address the House chamber. 
Next, we hear more about him from Phillip Magness of George Mason University and Matthew Wasniewski, the Historian of the U.S. House of Representatives.
This is about an hour, from the U.S. Capitol Historical Society.
5:29 pm ET Approx. 29 min. U.S. Future Role in Afghanistan and Pakistan ; ; Jere Van Dyk talked about the latest developments in the U.S. war in Afghanistan, and he responded ... Jere Van Dyk talked about the latest developments in the U.S. war in Afghanistan, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Other topics included the strained relationship between the U.S. and the Pakistani and Afghan governments. and the planned final withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from the region by 2014.
Mr. Van Dyk, the author of Captive: My Time as a Prisoner of the Taliban, participated from New York City.
3:59 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 56 min. Panel Discussion on the Global Economy Robert Silvers moderated a panel discussion on the current global economic crisis. Topics ... Robert Silvers moderated a panel discussion on the current global economic crisis. Topics included the problems with the euro such as the economy of Greece, the recession in the U.S., the future strength of the Chinese economy, and global climate change. They also responded to questions from members of the audience in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium of the Metropolitan Museum of Art .
“Global Economy: Crisis Without End -- From Europe to Beijing to Washington, Can the World’s Economic System Cope?” was an event held by the New York Review of Books, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Fritt Ord Foundation of Oslo.
12:59 pm ET Approx. 51 min. 1850s Collapse of the Second Party System This week, a look at the Compromise of 1850 and the collapse of the Second Party System, with ... This week, a look at the Compromise of 1850 and the collapse of the Second Party System, with Gillis Harp, a professor at Grove City College in Pennsylvania. 
The class is part of a survey course called, “History of the United States to 1865,” which covers American history from the colonial era through the Civil War.
This is fifty minutes.
5:59 pm ET Approx. 31 min. Newsmakers with Ken Cuccinelli Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli talked about his opposition to the 2010 health care ... Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli talked about his opposition to the 2010 health care law. He also discussed contraception coverage and the 2012 elections. 6:00 pm ET Approx. 53 min. Book Discussion on Operation Iraqi Freedom ; Retired Colonel Boyne talked about his book, Operation Iraqi Freedom: What Went Right, What ... Retired Colonel Boyne talked about his book, Operation Iraqi Freedom: What Went Right, What Went Wrong, and Why, published by Forge Books. He analyzed the recent U.S. military action in Iraq, described some of the highly-efficient combat technology employed, and assessed the impact Operation Iraqi Freedom may have on future conflicts. He showed many slides of pictures from the book. After his presentation he answered audience members' questions. 1:52 pm ET Approx. 5 min. The Death of Bonnie and Clyde Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were known mostly for the bank robberies they committed during ... Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were known mostly for the bank robberies they committed during Depression-era America. However, most of their robberies were of small stores and rural gas stations. On May 23, 1934, they were ambushed and killed by Louisiana law enforcement officers outside Gibson, Louisiana. Cheryl White talked about their criminal careers and their connections to Louisiana, and the public interest in crime at that time. She was interviewed on a street in Shreveport near where Clyde Barrow was seen, which led to his death. A film clip was shown of the death site.
C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2012 LCV Cities Tour” in Shreveport, Louisiana, on February 6-9 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast local cable affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed.
6:31 pm ET Approx. 36 min. President Obama Campaign Fundraiser in Atlanta ; President Obama spoke at a campaign event in Atlanta. President Obama spoke at a campaign event in Atlanta. 7:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Book Discussion on Panther Baby: A Life of Rebellion and Reinvention Jamal Joseph recounts his life as a member of the Black Panther Party in New York City in the ... Jamal Joseph recounts his life as a member of the Black Panther Party in New York City in the 1960s and '70s. The author recalls his introduction to the Panthers his senior year of high school and reports that a year later he was sentenced to prison for conspiracy as one of the Panther 21. Upon being exonerated, he participated in the Revolutionary Black Underground, where his involvement sent him back to prison. Mr. Joseph recounts his time served and his procurement of two colleges degrees during his second prison sentence and that he is now a professor and chair of Columbia University’s Graduate Film Division, the same institution he once urged students to set afire during one of his speeches as a Panther. Jamal Joseph spoke at the Free Library of Philadelphia. Sultan Ahmad moderated the question and answer period and introduced a visit by Bobby Seale. 1:59 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Leadership and World War II Next, a group of World War II veterans discuss how they grew as leaders during the war and reflect ... Next, a group of World War II veterans discuss how they grew as leaders during the war and reflect on how America’s national character changed as part of the United States Air Force Academy’s 2012 National Character and Leadership Symposium.
This is about an hour.
7:08 pm ET Approx. 50 min. 2012 Elections ; ; Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential ... Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential nomination race thus far. Topics included the possibility of an open Republican convention, the candidates, the upcoming Puerto Rico caucus and Illinois primary, and the launch of a documentary by the Obama campaign about his first term in office, They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 8:16 pm ET Approx. 41 min. Senator James Inhofe on Global Climate Change ; Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) talked about his new book, The Greatest Hoax: How the Global ... Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) talked about his new book, The Greatest Hoax: How the Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He discussed the 2012 presidential election, the Keystone XL oil pipeline, and other campaign issues. In his comments he refuted President Obama’s previous day speech in New Hampshire in which he said high oil prices are caused by instability in the Middle East rather than the amount of oil production in the U.S., saying that the president has “spent three, four years now doing everything he can to attack fossil fuels.”
Senator Inhofe is the ranking member of the Environment and Public Works Committee.
3:01 pm ET Approx. 48 min. William Lund Oral History Interview ; Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army ... Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army of Vietnam, the Vietnam Archive interviewed veterans from the
Battles of the Ia Drang Valley. 
It was after these battles - waged in November 1965 - that North Vietnamese forces began engaging in guerilla warfare. 
Up next - and airing for the first time on television - excerpts from one of those oral histories. We’ll hear from William Lund, who was the forward observer with Bravo company and was in charge of launching the long range artillery that helped secure landing zone x-ray.
This is about 50 minutes.
8:00 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Walter Williams ; Walter Williams discussed his libertarian views. He described growing up in a housing project ... Walter Williams discussed his libertarian views. He described growing up in a housing project and the segregation he confronted in the Army in 1959. The John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, he shared the origins of his teaching endowment from the Olin Foundation and talked about his rigorous expectations for students. He argued that it is “academically dishonest” for professors such as himself to share personal political views in the classroom. He shared his views that Social Security has no “constitutional authority” and is also a bad deal for Americans because the rate of return is very low and it redistributes money form those who have less to those who have more. He also aruged that Americans should be allowed to sell their own organs as an issue of private property rights. He told how he came to be a substitute host for the nationally syndicated Rush Limbaugh radio show. Mr. Williams has written 10 books and has a syndicated weekly column. 8:57 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Book Discussion on The Morality of Capitalism ; Megan Roberts talked about the book of essays, The Morality of Capitalism: What Your Professors ... Megan Roberts talked about the book of essays, The Morality of Capitalism: What Your Professors Won’t Tell You. It is the second annual “What Your Professors Won’t Tell You” compilation published by Students for Liberty.
She was interviewed while at the Conservative Political Action Conference, held February 9-11, 2012, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
3:49 pm ET Approx. 7 min. Barksdale Air Force Base on September 11, 2001 ; President George W. Bush was brought to Barksdale Air Force Base after learning of the attacks in ... President George W. Bush was brought to Barksdale Air Force Base after learning of the attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2001. People who were there that day talked about what happened on the base. Video clips were shown of the address that President Bush made from the base.
C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2012 LCV Cities Tour” in Shreveport, Louisiana, on February 6-9 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast local cable affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.
9:00 pm ET Approx. 36 min. Question Time Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg answered questions from members of his party and the ... Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. Prime Minister Cameron was in Washington D.C., for an official visit. 9:00 pm ET Approx. 58 min. After Words with Linda Killian ; For her book, The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents, Ms. Killian spoke ... For her book, The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents, Ms. Killian spoke with members of the most powerful electorate block in the United States: independents. She argues that forty percent of voters identify as members of the group that has decided every election since World War II. That group, she says, is anything but divided. She discussed the greatest frustrations and concerns of independents and the power she believes they would have in the 2012 election with editor-in-chief of Democracy Journal, Michael Tomasky. 3:57 pm ET Approx. 3 min. Old Sturbridge Village ; In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
9:39 pm ET Approx. 26 min. Mitt Romney Remarks in Rockford, Illinois ; Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks ... Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks telephone lines were open for comments on the campaign. 9:59 pm ET Approx. 1 min. New Books Being Published 4:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1 Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the ... Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Lonnie Bunch, director of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture -- and from George Mason history professor Spencer Crew who explores the lives of free blacks in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Katherine Malone-France of the National Trust for Historic Preservation ends this program with a discussion about the slave quarters at Decatur House just across the street from the White House. 
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.
10:06 pm ET Approx. 50 min. 2012 Elections ; ; Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential ... Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential nomination race thus far. Topics included the possibility of an open Republican convention, the candidates, the upcoming Puerto Rico caucus and Illinois primary, and the launch of a documentary by the Obama campaign about his first term in office, They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 10:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 9 min. Book Discussion on Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America ; Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of ... Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of politics in America, specifically the idea of utopianism. The author contends that such a state is untenable and hurts society and the individual. Mark Levin was interviewed by John Heubusch and then responded to questions from members of the audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. 5:09 pm ET Approx. 15 min. The Papers of Abraham Lincoln ; ; A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any ... A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any correspondence from or to Abraham Lincoln and some recently discovered documents.
11:00 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Walter Williams ; Walter Williams discussed his libertarian views. He described growing up in a housing project ... Walter Williams discussed his libertarian views. He described growing up in a housing project and the segregation he confronted in the Army in 1959. The John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, he shared the origins of his teaching endowment from the Olin Foundation and talked about his rigorous expectations for students. He argued that it is “academically dishonest” for professors such as himself to share personal political views in the classroom. He shared his views that Social Security has no “constitutional authority” and is also a bad deal for Americans because the rate of return is very low and it redistributes money form those who have less to those who have more. He also aruged that Americans should be allowed to sell their own organs as an issue of private property rights. He told how he came to be a substitute host for the nationally syndicated Rush Limbaugh radio show. Mr. Williams has written 10 books and has a syndicated weekly column. 11:09 pm ET Approx. 51 min. Book Discussion on Hope Unseen ; Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind ... Scotty Smiley talked about his book Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was a presentation of the 5th annual Savannah Book Festival in the rotunda of the Telfair Academy.
5:25 pm ET Approx. 3 min. Old Sturbridge Village ; In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
12:00 am ET Approx. 36 min. Question Time Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg answered questions from members of his party and the ... Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. Prime Minister Cameron was in Washington D.C., for an official visit. 12:02 am ET Approx. 58 min. After Words with Linda Killian ; For her book, The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents, Ms. Killian spoke ... For her book, The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents, Ms. Killian spoke with members of the most powerful electorate block in the United States: independents. She argues that forty percent of voters identify as members of the group that has decided every election since World War II. That group, she says, is anything but divided. She discussed the greatest frustrations and concerns of independents and the power she believes they would have in the 2012 election with editor-in-chief of Democracy Journal, Michael Tomasky. 5:30 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 28 min. National Woman's Party Use of Visual Propoganda A panel discussion was held to commemorate the 91st anniversary of the certification on August 26, ... A panel discussion was held to commemorate the 91st anniversary of the certification on August 26, 1920, of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that gave women the right to vote. The panelists discussed the National Woman’s Party’s (NWP) use of persuasive language and imagery to secure suffrage. They showed examples of political cartoons and the banners carried in suffrage parades and during the NWP’s pickets in front of the Whites House. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Ms. Harrington moderated.
“The National Woman’s Party and Political Rhetoric: Visual Propaganda in the Battle for the Vote” was a program in the National Archives' William G. McGowan Theater, presented in partnership with the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum and featuring examples from their Nina Allender collection of political cartoons.
1:06 am ET Approx. 9 min. Mitt Romney Remarks in Rockford, Illinois ; Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks ... Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks telephone lines were open for comments on the campaign. 1:01 am ET Approx. 11 min. Book Discussion on The Agitator's Daughter ; Sheryll Cashin talked about her book, The Agitator’s Daughter: A Memoir of Four ... Sheryll Cashin talked about her book, The Agitator’s Daughter: A Memoir of Four Generations of One Extraordinary African-American Family. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 7:02 pm ET Approx. 25 min. Old Sturbridge Village ; In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
1:16 am ET Approx. 50 min. 2012 Elections ; ; Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential ... Susan Ferrechio and Ken Rudin talked about the 2012 elections and the Republican presidential nomination race thus far. Topics included the possibility of an open Republican convention, the candidates, the upcoming Puerto Rico caucus and Illinois primary, and the launch of a documentary by the Obama campaign about his first term in office, They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 1:13 am ET Approx. 2 min. Book Discussion on Demonic ; Ann Coulter talked about her book Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America. In ... Ann Coulter talked about her book Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America. In her book she argues that the way to understand liberals is to look at the psychological characteristics of a mob. 
This interview was held at the 34th Annual National Press Club Book Fair and Authors' Night, a fundraiser for the Eric Friedheim National Journalism Library held Tuesday, November 15, 2011, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
7:28 pm ET Approx. 1 min. Albert Einstein Memorial Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and scientist Albert Einstein. The statue on the grounds of the National Academy of Science was dedicated April 22, 1979, near the centennial of his birth. Topics included the sculptor, Robert Berks, and the symbolism of the monument.
Date 2010.
2:07 am ET Approx. 44 min. Corporate Funds spent on Super Political Action Committees Representatives from a coalition of groups held a news conference to announce their campaign to ... Representatives from a coalition of groups held a news conference to announce their campaign to target companies that use corporate funds to contribute to super political action committees (super PACs) and non-profits in order to influence the 2012 fall elections. 1:16 am ET Approx. 16 min. Book Discussion on Embryo Politics ; Thomas Banchoff talked about his book, Embryo Politics: Ethics and Policy in Atlantic ... Thomas Banchoff talked about his book, Embryo Politics: Ethics and Policy in Atlantic Democracies. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 7:30 pm ET Approx. 45 min. Benjamin Henry Latrobe and the Madison White House ; Benjamin Henry Latrobe - regarded as the ``Father of American Architecture'' - worked closely with ... Benjamin Henry Latrobe - regarded as the ``Father of American Architecture'' - worked closely with President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Madison to refine the look and function of the early White House. Latrobe’s partnership with the Madisons is the subject of a talk at the Maryland Historical Society by Leslie Jones. She is Collections Manager at the White House Historical Association - headquartered in Lafayette Square, across from the White House where Latrobe once labored. 
This program is 45 minutes.
2:54 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 15 min. Fiscal Year 2013 FBI Budget Robert Mueller testified on the FBI fiscal year 2013 budget request. He warned against ... Robert Mueller testified on the FBI fiscal year 2013 budget request. He warned against additional budget cuts that could be imposed through the sequestration process, and said the FBI budget would face an additional $600-800 million cut that would cause agents to be furloughed and potentially impact investigations and morale for years to come. 1:33 am ET Approx. 20 min. Book Discussion on Becoming American? ; Yvonne Haddad talked about her book, Becoming American?: The Forging of Arab and Muslim ... Yvonne Haddad talked about her book, Becoming American?: The Forging of Arab and Muslim Identity in Pluralist America. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 8:16 pm ET Approx. 14 min. The Papers of Abraham Lincoln ; ; A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any ... A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any correspondence from or to Abraham Lincoln and some recently discovered documents.
4:10 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Sustainable Economic Growth Panelists talked about ways to jump start sustainable economic growth. Options raised ... Panelists talked about ways to jump start sustainable economic growth. Options raised included tax reform, more investments in education, and refocusing on manufacturing. They also responded to questions from the audience. 1:56 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. Book Discussion on Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America ; Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of ... Nationally syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin presented his thoughts on the current state of politics in America, specifically the idea of utopianism. The author contends that such a state is untenable and hurts society and the individual. Mark Levin was interviewed by John Heubusch and then responded to questions from members of the audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. 8:31 pm ET Approx. 26 min. Slave Labor and U.S. Capitol Construction Many slaves helped build the U.S. Capitol, including Philip Reid, who supervised the casting of ... Many slaves helped build the U.S. Capitol, including Philip Reid, who supervised the casting of the bronze statue which stands on the Capitol dome. Recently, House and Senate leaders reflected on the contributions of these slaves at a ceremony dedicating a marker in their honor in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner and Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia are among the members of Congress who spoke.
This is about 45 minutes.
5:43 am ET Approx. 13 min. Mitt Romney Remarks in Rockford, Illinois ; Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks ... Mitt Romney spoke at the Machine Shed Restaurant in Rockford, Illinois. Following his remarks telephone lines were open for comments on the campaign. 3:05 am ET Approx. 58 min. After Words with Linda Killian ; For her book, The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents, Ms. Killian spoke ... For her book, The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents, Ms. Killian spoke with members of the most powerful electorate block in the United States: independents. She argues that forty percent of voters identify as members of the group that has decided every election since World War II. That group, she says, is anything but divided. She discussed the greatest frustrations and concerns of independents and the power she believes they would have in the 2012 election with editor-in-chief of Democracy Journal, Michael Tomasky. 9:01 pm ET Approx. 59 min. Women and the Founding of America ; While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the ... While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the encouragement and work of many women things may have ended up differently.
Next, George Mason University History Professor Rosemarie Zagarri examines the important role that women played in generating support for the revolutionary war and how their involvement helped pave the way for a greater political identity for women within the new nation.
This is an hour.
5:58 am ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Walter Williams ; Walter Williams discussed his libertarian views. He described growing up in a housing project ... Walter Williams discussed his libertarian views. He described growing up in a housing project and the segregation he confronted in the Army in 1959. The John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, he shared the origins of his teaching endowment from the Olin Foundation and talked about his rigorous expectations for students. He argued that it is “academically dishonest” for professors such as himself to share personal political views in the classroom. He shared his views that Social Security has no “constitutional authority” and is also a bad deal for Americans because the rate of return is very low and it redistributes money form those who have less to those who have more. He also aruged that Americans should be allowed to sell their own organs as an issue of private property rights. He told how he came to be a substitute host for the nationally syndicated Rush Limbaugh radio show. Mr. Williams has written 10 books and has a syndicated weekly column. 4:04 am ET Approx. 2 hr. 4 min. Book Discussion on Black Americans in Congress, 1870-2007 Matt Wasniewski presented a history of African Americans who have served in Congress, using images ... Matt Wasniewski presented a history of African Americans who have served in Congress, using images from the Web site, “Black Americans in Congress.” He also responded to questions. Then former Congressman Ron Dellums (D-CA), a founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus, talked about his own experiences. This Avoice briefing at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C., was sponsored by Representative Frederica Wilson. 10:00 pm ET Approx. 25 min. Old Sturbridge Village ; In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
6:09 am ET Approx. 37 min. Book Discussion on Borrow: The American Way of Debt Louis Hyman looks at the impact of credit cards and consumer borrowing on the economy since the ... Louis Hyman looks at the impact of credit cards and consumer borrowing on the economy since the Great Depression. He responded to questions from members of the audience in the Rose Auditorium of the Cooper Union in New York City. 10:26 pm ET Approx. 1 min. Albert Einstein Memorial Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and scientist Albert Einstein. The statue on the grounds of the National Academy of Science was dedicated April 22, 1979, near the centennial of his birth. Topics included the sculptor, Robert Berks, and the symbolism of the monument.
Date 2010.
6:47 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Book Discussion on Panther Baby: A Life of Rebellion and Reinvention Jamal Joseph recounts his life as a member of the Black Panther Party in New York City in the ... Jamal Joseph recounts his life as a member of the Black Panther Party in New York City in the 1960s and '70s. The author recalls his introduction to the Panthers his senior year of high school and reports that a year later he was sentenced to prison for conspiracy as one of the Panther 21. Upon being exonerated, he participated in the Revolutionary Black Underground, where his involvement sent him back to prison. Mr. Joseph recounts his time served and his procurement of two colleges degrees during his second prison sentence and that he is now a professor and chair of Columbia University’s Graduate Film Division, the same institution he once urged students to set afire during one of his speeches as a Panther. Jamal Joseph spoke at the Free Library of Philadelphia. Sultan Ahmad moderated the question and answer period and introduced a visit by Bobby Seale. 10:29 pm ET Approx. 45 min. Benjamin Henry Latrobe and the Madison White House ; Benjamin Henry Latrobe - regarded as the ``Father of American Architecture'' - worked closely with ... Benjamin Henry Latrobe - regarded as the ``Father of American Architecture'' - worked closely with President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Madison to refine the look and function of the early White House. Latrobe’s partnership with the Madisons is the subject of a talk at the Maryland Historical Society by Leslie Jones. She is Collections Manager at the White House Historical Association - headquartered in Lafayette Square, across from the White House where Latrobe once labored. 
This program is 45 minutes.
11:16 pm ET Approx. 14 min. The Papers of Abraham Lincoln ; ; A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any ... A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any correspondence from or to Abraham Lincoln and some recently discovered documents.
11:31 pm ET Approx. 26 min. Slave Labor and U.S. Capitol Construction Many slaves helped build the U.S. Capitol, including Philip Reid, who supervised the casting of ... Many slaves helped build the U.S. Capitol, including Philip Reid, who supervised the casting of the bronze statue which stands on the Capitol dome. Recently, House and Senate leaders reflected on the contributions of these slaves at a ceremony dedicating a marker in their honor in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner and Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia are among the members of Congress who spoke.
This is about 45 minutes.
11:59 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Women and the Founding of America ; While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the ... While the Founding Fathers often get all of the credit for the creation of America - without the encouragement and work of many women things may have ended up differently.
Next, George Mason University History Professor Rosemarie Zagarri examines the important role that women played in generating support for the revolutionary war and how their involvement helped pave the way for a greater political identity for women within the new nation.
This is an hour.
1:00 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 22 min. Book Discussion on Jubilee ; ; Mr. Dodson discusses his book Jubilee: The Emergence of African-American Culture, ... Mr. Dodson discusses his book Jubilee: The Emergence of African-American Culture, published by National Geographic Society. The book traces origins of the unique African-American identity, with its distinctive cultural, political, and social systems. Though recently published, it was originally designed to complement the Schomburg Center’s 75th anniversary celebration exhibit, “Lest We Forget: The Triumph Over Slavery.” The book contains more than 200 photographs and illustrations from the Center’s collection of more than five million works. Included are essays from many black scholars, such as Gail Buckley and Annette Gordon-Reed, who joined this discussion. The panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
2:23 am ET Approx. 5 min. The B-52 Bomber ; Barksdale Air Force Base has been home to one of the largest B-52 bomber fleets in the U.S. ... Barksdale Air Force Base has been home to one of the largest B-52 bomber fleets in the U.S. military. Air Force officers talked about the history of the B-52 at Barksdale AFB and the current B-52 operations there. A pilot gave a tour of a B-52.
C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2012 LCV Cities Tour” in Shreveport, Louisiana, on February 6-9 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast local cable affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.
2:30 am ET Approx. 28 min. Book Discussion on The General Marshall Story ; Next is a film produced in 1963 by the U.S. Army.
The film titled, “The General Marshall ...
Next is a film produced in 1963 by the U.S. Army.
The film titled, “The General Marshall Story” is about World War Two General George C. Marshall who during his lifetime served as U.S. Army Chief of Staff, Secretary of State and Defense Secretary.
After World War Two, General Marshall designed the European Recovery Program, which became known as “The Marshall Plan.” In 1953 he received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to stabilize and rebuild Europe.
This film aired as part of “The Big Picture” series, on ABC television from 1951 through 1975.
The series focused on historic battles, figures and traditions in U.S. military history.
2:59 am ET Approx. 59 min. Q&A with Mick Caouette ; Producer Mick Caouette talked about his documentary on former Senator and Vice President Hubert ... Producer Mick Caouette talked about his documentary on former Senator and Vice President Hubert Humphrey. The film is the story of his life with emphasis on his leadership role in the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The documentary also features video from his political years running for the Senate, vice-president, and president. The program featured clips from the documentary.
Producer Mick Caouette started working on the documentary eleven years ago, and it was released in the fall of 2010.
4:00 am ET Approx. 47 min. William Lund Oral History Interview ; Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army ... Forty years after the first full scale engagement between U.S. troops and the People’s Army of Vietnam, the Vietnam Archive interviewed veterans from the
Battles of the Ia Drang Valley. 
It was after these battles - waged in November 1965 - that North Vietnamese forces began engaging in guerilla warfare. 
Up next - and airing for the first time on television - excerpts from one of those oral histories. We’ll hear from William Lund, who was the forward observer with Bravo company and was in charge of launching the long range artillery that helped secure landing zone x-ray.
This is about 50 minutes.
4:49 am ET Approx. 8 min. Barksdale Air Force Base on September 11, 2001 ; President George W. Bush was brought to Barksdale Air Force Base after learning of the attacks in ... President George W. Bush was brought to Barksdale Air Force Base after learning of the attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2001. People who were there that day talked about what happened on the base. Video clips were shown of the address that President Bush made from the base.
C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2012 LCV Cities Tour” in Shreveport, Louisiana, on February 6-9 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast local cable affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.
4:58 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1 Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the ... Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Lonnie Bunch, director of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture -- and from George Mason history professor Spencer Crew who explores the lives of free blacks in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Katherine Malone-France of the National Trust for Historic Preservation ends this program with a discussion about the slave quarters at Decatur House just across the street from the White House. 
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.
6:07 am ET Approx. 15 min. The Papers of Abraham Lincoln ; ; A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any ... A team of researchers from the National Archives talked about their mission to find any correspondence from or to Abraham Lincoln and some recently discovered documents.
6:23 am ET Approx. 3 min. Old Sturbridge Village ; In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a ... In the Fall of 2011, American History TV visited Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a “living history” museum that depicts early New England life from 1790 to 1840. Now, on American Artifacts, we hear from costumed historians who present what is was like to live and work in 19th-century New England. 
Curator Tom Kelleher serves as our guide.
6:28 am ET Approx. 1 min. Albert Einstein Memorial Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the monument in Washington, D.C., to mathematician and scientist Albert Einstein. The statue on the grounds of the National Academy of Science was dedicated April 22, 1979, near the centennial of his birth. Topics included the sculptor, Robert Berks, and the symbolism of the monument.
Date 2010.
6:30 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 28 min. National Woman's Party Use of Visual Propoganda A panel discussion was held to commemorate the 91st anniversary of the certification on August 26, ... A panel discussion was held to commemorate the 91st anniversary of the certification on August 26, 1920, of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that gave women the right to vote. The panelists discussed the National Woman’s Party’s (NWP) use of persuasive language and imagery to secure suffrage. They showed examples of political cartoons and the banners carried in suffrage parades and during the NWP’s pickets in front of the Whites House. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Ms. Harrington moderated.
“The National Woman’s Party and Political Rhetoric: Visual Propaganda in the Battle for the Vote” was a program in the National Archives' William G. McGowan Theater, presented in partnership with the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum and featuring examples from their Nina Allender collection of political cartoons.