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7:00 am ET Approx. 50 min. LIVE Open Phones Phone lines were open for comment on the question, “Who speaks for the Republican ... Phone lines were open for comment on the question, “Who speaks for the Republican Party?” 6:18 am ET Approx. 57 min. Book Discussion on Constitution 3.0: Freedom and Technological Change ; Jeffrey Rosen talked about the book he co-edited with Benjamin Wittes Constitution 3.0: Freedom ... Jeffrey Rosen talked about the book he co-edited with Benjamin Wittes Constitution 3.0: Freedom and Technological Change. It explores the technological challenges to free speech to privacy. He was interviewed by Toni Massaro and responded to questions from members of the audience.
“The Supreme Court: The Innermost Chambers” was a program at the 4th annual Tucson Festival of Books in the Gallagher Theater of the Student Union on the campus of the University of Arizona.
6:59 am ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Robert Merry ; Robert Merry talked about his book A Country of Vast Designs: James K. Polk, the Mexican War ... Robert Merry talked about his book A Country of Vast Designs: James K. Polk, the Mexican War and the Conquest of the American Continent (Simon & Schuster; November 3, 2009). The 11th president, James Polk was a one-term president, elected in 1844. His mark on history includes the idea of “Manifest Destiny,” expanding the United States from coast to coast. The book also focuses on the two-year war with Mexico. 
Robert Merry has been a journalist in Washington for 35 years including president and editor in chief of Congressional Quarterly and a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. His previous books include Sands of Empire: Missionary Zeal, American Foreign Policy, and the Hazards of Global Ambition and Taking on the World: Joseph Alsop--Guardians of the American Century.
7:51 am ET Approx. 43 min. LIVE Economic Issues and the 2012 Elections ; Andy Roth talked about the 2012 campaign. Topics included the Indiana Republican Senate ... Andy Roth talked about the 2012 campaign. Topics included the Indiana Republican Senate primary; reelection campaigns in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Missouri; and the conservative fiscal policy regarding Social Security, Medicare and tax revenues. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 7:16 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 22 min. Book Discussion on Bending History Robert Kagan moderated a discussion with the three co-authors of Bending History: Barack ... Robert Kagan moderated a discussion with the three co-authors of Bending History: Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy. They talked about President Obama’s foreign policy successes and failures and responded to questions from members of the audience at the Brookings Institution.. 8:00 am ET Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
8:36 am ET Approx. 46 min. LIVE David Corn on the Obama Administration ; ; David Corn talked about the policy initiatives, debates, and inner workings of the Obama ... David Corn talked about the policy initiatives, debates, and inner workings of the Obama administration since the 2010 midterm elections. Mr. Corn spoke with administration officials to gain insight into the operations of the Oval Office for his book and detailed the events that shaped the political landscape over the last two years. Topics he discussed included the Arab Spring, the killing of Osama Bin Laden, and the summer 2011 debates over taxes and the debt ceiling. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
A video clip was shown of Richard Cordray being interviewed on March 23, 2013, for the “Newsmakers” program.
C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program.
8:39 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 24 min. Book Discussion on A Matter of Simple Justice Lee Stout, former president of the Society of American Archivists, recounts the Nixon ... Lee Stout, former president of the Society of American Archivists, recounts the Nixon administration’s success in promoting women to executive positions in the federal government. The administration’s initiative was led by Barbara Hackman Franklin, staff assistant to President Nixon, who was hired in 1971 to enlist female candidates to fill high-level positions. Mr. Stout reports that during Ms. Franklin’s tenure she introduced over one-hundred women to executive jobs in the federal government, close to four times more than any prior administration. Lee Stout spoke on a panel with former Commerce Secretary Barbara Hackman Franklin and former Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley about the challenges they and other women faced then and how their advances shaped opportunities for later generations. The event was moderated by Judy Woodruff at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. The panelists also responded to questions from members of the audience. 8:25 am ET Approx. 2 min. Winston Churchill Statue Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the statue in Washington, D.C., of British Prime ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the statue in Washington, D.C., of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. President Kennedy had designated him an Honorary American Citizen, and the statue has one foot in the grounds of the British Embassy and the other on American soil. Topics included the sculptor, William McVey, and the symbolism of the statue. Audio of Sir Winton Churchill addressing a joint session of Congress on December 26, 1941, was played over still photographs of him in the Senate Chambers.
Date 2010.
9:24 am ET Approx. 33 min. LIVE Carter Malkasian on Afghanistan ; Carter Malkasian talked about U.S. policy in Afghanistan. Topics included payments to ... Carter Malkasian talked about U.S. policy in Afghanistan. Topics included payments to relatives of those murdered recently in Afghanistan, American withdrawal from Afghanistan and whether recent developments will precipitate a faster drawdown, and the summer fighting months. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 10:05 am ET Approx. 53 min. Book Discussion on No Way Out ; Mitch Weiss and Kevin Maurer talked about “Operation Commando Wrath,” conducted by ... Mitch Weiss and Kevin Maurer talked about “Operation Commando Wrath,” conducted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers in Afghanistan April 6, 2008. The soldiers felt the operation was flawed but undertook it anyway, resulting in one of the larger battles of the war. Ten soldiers in the unit received Silver Stars for their conduct in the battle (the most ever awarded to a unit since Vietnam). The authors talked about the mission and about how they came to write their book. They responded to questions from members of the audience at the Main Branch of the Union County Public Library in Monroe, North Carolina. 8:28 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 28 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Proposal Two granddaughters of Dwight D. Eisenhower voiced their opposition this week to the proposed ... Two granddaughters of Dwight D. Eisenhower voiced their opposition this week to the proposed design of a memorial honoring the 34th president of the United States. They appeared before a congressional subcommittee hearing held to consider the views of both supporters and opponents of the design created by architect Frank Gehry and his collaborator, theater artist Robert Wilson.
10:00 am ET Approx. 34 min. Newsmakers with Richard Cordray Richard Cordray talked about the status of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), ... Richard Cordray talked about the status of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), obstacles it faces, and the direction that he wants to take the new agency.
The CPFB was created by the Dodd-Frank 2010 financial regulations law and has been in operation since late July 2011. Its missions include watching for mortgage-servicing abuses and credit-card abuses by banks. President Obama named Mr. Cordray director with a recess appointment on January 4 after Republicans stalled on holding a confirmation hearing for him.
10:59 am ET Approx. 1 min. New Books Being Published 9:57 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. Creation of the Eisenhower National Memorial Archivist of the United States David Ferriero moderated a discussion with architect Frank Gehry ... Archivist of the United States David Ferriero moderated a discussion with architect Frank Gehry and his collaborator, theater artist Robert Wilson, on the design of the national memorial to President Eisenhower and their creative process. The Eisenhower National Memorial, planned for a four-acre site at the base of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., is scheduled to open in 2015. The backdrop and centerpiece of the design is a woven-metal tapestry of a Kansas landscape unique in architectural history. They showed photographs during their presentation and responded to questions from members of the audience. Landscape architect Joe Brown also responded to a question.
10:34 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Thomas Moore Law Center v. Obama Judges heard oral arguments in Thomas Moore Law Center v. Obama. The case involves the ... Judges heard oral arguments in Thomas Moore Law Center v. Obama. The case involves the issue of the constitutionality of Congress passing the individual mandate provision of the 2010 health care law, and whether the individual mandate provision of the law is unconstitutional as applied to the individual petitioners who lack health insurance. 11:00 am ET Approx. 54 min. Book Discussion on The Obama Hate Machine Bill Press contends that the political right has levied baseless personal attacks at President ... Bill Press contends that the political right has levied baseless personal attacks at President Obama that are unprecedented for the presidency. Mr. Press argues that such attacks devalue political debate and detract from discussion of the current political issues that face the county. Bill Press spoke at Books &Books in Coral Gables, Florida, and responded to questions from members of the audience. 11:00 am ET Approx. 49 min. The Civil War Along the Atlantic Coast ; This week on The Civil War, American History TV visits the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, ... This week on The Civil War, American History TV visits the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, Virginia. The museum hosted a Civil War Navy Conference in early March to mark the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hampton Roads, when for the first time, ironclads battled during the Civil War.
First, author and Naval Academy history professor Craig Symonds talks about the War along the Atlantic Coast. Then, David Alberg of the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary talks about the recovery and identification of human remains from the USS Monitor, the Union ship that faced off with the CSS Virginia near Hampton Roads in 1862.
11:39 am ET Approx. 5 min. Supreme Court Coverage 11:55 am ET Approx. 5 min. Publisher Interview: Heartland Institute ; Jim Lakely talked about recent books published by the Heartland Institute.
He was interviewed ...
Jim Lakely talked about recent books published by the Heartland Institute.
He was interviewed while at the Conservative Political Action Conference, held February 9-11, 2012, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
11:50 am ET Approx. 34 min. Identifying Human Remains from the USS Monitor ; ; This week on The Civil War, American History TV visits the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, ... This week on The Civil War, American History TV visits the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, Virginia. The museum hosted a Civil War Navy Conference in early March to mark the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hampton Roads, when for the first time, ironclads battled during the Civil War.
First, author and Naval Academy history professor Craig Symonds talks about the War along the Atlantic Coast. Then, David Alberg of the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary talks about the recovery and identification of human remains from the USS Monitor, the Union ship that faced off with the CSS Virginia near Hampton Roads in 1862.
11:45 am ET Approx. 13 min. Senate Session The Senate continued debate on health care legislation. The Senate continued debate on health care legislation. 12:01 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. 12:25 pm ET Approx. 4 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Preview American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house.
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
11:58 am ET Approx. 1 min. Supreme Court Coverage 12:59 pm ET Approx. 1 min. BookTV Fairs and Festivals 12:31 pm 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.
12:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 36 min. Supreme Court Health Care Argument Preview Panelists previewed Supreme Court oral arguments on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care ... Panelists previewed Supreme Court oral arguments on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care law, focusing on its requirement that all Americans buy health insurance. Michael Carvin and Paul Clement asserted that the law does not have any limiting principles, reasoning that if Congress has the power to force citizens to buy health insurance, then, Congress can force them to buy anything, such as cars or certain foods. Akhil Amar and Neal Katyal disagreed, with Mr. Katyal arguing that health care differs because everyone will have to use health care services at some point in their lives. Following their discussion,, they answered questions from the audience. 1:01 pm ET Approx. 31 min. Book Discussion on American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation ; Professor Michael Kazin talked about his book, American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a ... Professor Michael Kazin talked about his book, American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 1:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. Urban America in the Mid-20th Century This week, an examination of urban America in the mid-twentieth century, with Brian Purnell, a ... This week, an examination of urban America in the mid-twentieth century, with Brian Purnell, a professor at Bowdoin College in Maine. 
The class is part of a course called, “The Wire: Race, Class, Gender, and the Urban Crisis,” which covers the social, economic, political, and cultural dynamics of U.S. cities after World War Two.
This is an hour and twenty minutes.
1:37 pm ET Approx. 3 min. Supreme Court Coverage 1:32 pm ET Approx. 26 min. Book Discussion on World of Faith and Freedom ; Professor Thomas Farr talked about his book World of Faith and Freedom: Why International ... Professor Thomas Farr talked about his book World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty Is Vital to American National Security. He was formerly the director of the State Department Office of International Religious Freedom. He also talked about the forthcoming book by Timothy Shah, Religious Freedom: Why Now? Defending an Embattled Human Right. It was produced by the Witherspoon Institute, where Professor Farr is the director of the Task Force on Religious Liberty. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 2:24 pm ET Approx. 34 min. Black Panther Party 45th Anniversary Dinner ; Bobby Seale talked about his experiences as an activist, founding the Black Panther Party, and ... Bobby Seale talked about his experiences as an activist, founding the Black Panther Party, and civil rights and unrest in the 1960s. His remarks were made at a gathering to mark the 45th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party.
2:05 pm ET Approx. 1 min. Supreme Court Coverage 2:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 24 min. Book Discussion on A Matter of Simple Justice Lee Stout, former president of the Society of American Archivists, recounts the Nixon ... Lee Stout, former president of the Society of American Archivists, recounts the Nixon administration’s success in promoting women to executive positions in the federal government. The administration’s initiative was led by Barbara Hackman Franklin, staff assistant to President Nixon, who was hired in 1971 to enlist female candidates to fill high-level positions. Mr. Stout reports that during Ms. Franklin’s tenure she introduced over one-hundred women to executive jobs in the federal government, close to four times more than any prior administration. Lee Stout spoke on a panel with former Commerce Secretary Barbara Hackman Franklin and former Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley about the challenges they and other women faced then and how their advances shaped opportunities for later generations. The event was moderated by Judy Woodruff at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. The panelists also responded to questions from members of the audience. 3:01 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Vietnam Center and Archive Oral History Project Interview, Part 2 Kelly Crager, head of the Oral History Project of the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech ... Kelly Crager, head of the Oral History Project of the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, talked from Dallas about the project and the importance and uses of oral history. He focused on methods of interviewing and the difficulties of talking about some subjects.
This is a portion of an interview.
2:06 pm ET Approx. 42 min. Health Care Bill Signing Ceremony ; President Obama spoke about the passage of the health care bill before signing it into ... President Obama spoke about the passage of the health care bill before signing it into law. Members of the audience included health care advocates, members of Congress, medical professionals, family members of Senator Ted Kennedy, and Americans who had written to the president about their challenges with health insurance. 3:31 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. Women in the Lives of Wilson, Jefferson, and Twain Authors talked about their books about the women in the lives of Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, ... Authors talked about their books about the women in the lives of Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, and Mark Twain. The panel was moderated by Professor Judy Nolte Temple. They also responded to questions from members of the audience.
“Emerging from the Shadows: Women in the Lives of Wilson, Jefferson and Twain” was a panel at the 4th annual Tucson Festival of Books in the Henry Koffler Building on the campus of the University of Arizona.
3:03 pm ET Approx. 51 min. George Forrest 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 guerrilla warfare. 
Up next - and airing for the first time on television - excerpts from one of those oral histories. We’ll hear from Lieutenant Colonel George Forrest who was the commanding officer in the 1st battalion, 5th cavalry which came in to support the 7th cavalry after the third day of the battle. 
This is 50 minutes.
2:48 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Supreme Court Coverage 4:47 pm 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. 3:55 pm ET Approx. 4 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Preview American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house.
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
3:01 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Supreme Court Coverage 5:00 pm ET Approx. 55 min. Book Discussion on God's Right Hand ; Michael Sean Winters recounts the life of the Reverend Jerry Falwell (1933-2007). The child of ... Michael Sean Winters recounts the life of the Reverend Jerry Falwell (1933-2007). The child of agnostic parents, Jerry Falwell began his career as a Baptist pastor and later founded a mega-church and a Christian university, Liberty University. The author reports that the Reverend Falwell was initially disinterested in politics, but eventually chose to participate after he declared the United States in moral decline. He founded the political lobbying group, The Moral Majority, in 1979, which, according to the author, politically motivated fundamentalist Christians and redefined the social and political priorities of the Republican Party. Michael Sean Winters was interviewed by E.J. Dionne at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. He also responded to questions from members of the audience. 4:00 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 20 min. French and Indian War University of Texas at Arlington professor David Narrett teaches a history course which examines ... University of Texas at Arlington professor David Narrett teaches a history course which examines early American history, emphasizing the conflicts between colonists and natives, the relationship between American freedom and slavery, and the growth of the British Empire in North America. In this class he used slides as he lectured on the Seven Years War or the French and Indian War.
4:34 pm ET Approx. 54 min. Florida v. Department of Health and Human Services A three-judge panel at the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta heard oral argument in ... A three-judge panel at the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta heard oral argument in Florida v. the Department of Health and Human Services. The case challenged the 2010 health care law and was brought by 26 states that had banded together in opposition to the law’s requirement that everyone have health insurance. The states' argument was that Congress had exceeded its authority and was infringing on the 10th Amendment. A lower district court judge agreed with the argument and voided the entire health care law after ruling that individual insurance mandates were unconstitutional. 6:01 pm ET Approx. 49 min. Book Discussion on Not One Drop Riki Ott talked about her book Not One Drop: Betrayal and Courage in the Wake of the Exxon ... Riki Ott talked about her book Not One Drop: Betrayal and Courage in the Wake of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, which follows the story of the Exxon Valdez oil spill from the time of the spill on March 24, 1989, through the residents' pursuit of punitive damages from Exxon. The story is told from the perspective of the residents of Cordova, Alaska, the town most directly affected by the accident. Ms. Ott used slides, graphics, and music in her presentation, and following her remarks she responded to audience members' questions.
Riki Ott is a marine biologist who holds a commercial fishing license and has written two books about the Exxon Valdez oil spill. She had been a resident of Cordova, Alaska, for more than 20 years.
5:21 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Intelligence Used to End the Cold War, Part 1 On November 2, 2011, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a collection of 200 ... On November 2, 2011, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a collection of 200 declassified intelligence documents that informed President Reagan’s U.S.-Soviet policy. Never-before-seen video briefings included in the collection marked the first time the agency used videos on an ongoing basis to deliver intelligence to policymakers.
Ambassador Adelman delivered a keynote address, “The Role of Intelligence in the Policymaking Process,” to open the symposium “Ronald Reagan, Intelligence, and the End of the Cold War.” Featured speaker, former General Kalugin, spoke on “Ending the Cold War from a Soviet Perspective.”
5:29 pm ET Approx. 1 min. Supreme Court Coverage 7:01 pm ET Approx. 39 min. Book Discussion on Ronald Reagan: Our 40th President Winston Groom recounts the life and political career of Ronald Reagan, America’s 40th ... Winston Groom recounts the life and political career of Ronald Reagan, America’s 40th president. The author explores President Reagan’s childhood, his radio and acting career, and his political ascendancy from governor of California to the presidency of the United States. Mr. Groom spoke at Page and Palette book store in Fairhope, Alabama. 6:56 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.
5:30 pm ET Approx. 25 min. House Session The House passed the Senate version of health care legislation by a vote of 219 to 212. The House ... The House passed the Senate version of health care legislation by a vote of 219 to 212. The House passed both the Senate health care legislation and the reconciliation bill. The reconciliation bill was next to go to the Senate for debate and the passed Senate bill was to go to President Obama for his signature. 7:41 pm ET Approx. 5 min. Book Discussion on Blue Collar Intellectuals ; Daniel Flynn talked about his book Blue Collar Intellectuals: When the Enlightened and the ... Daniel Flynn talked about his book Blue Collar Intellectuals: When the Enlightened and the Everyman Elevated America.
He was interviewed while at the Conservative Political Action Conference, held February 9-11, 2012, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
7:01 pm ET Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
5:56 pm ET Approx. 3 min. Supreme Court Coverage 7:46 pm ET Approx. 1 min. New Books Being Published 7:25 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Winston Churchill Statue Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the statue in Washington, D.C., of British Prime ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the statue in Washington, D.C., of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. President Kennedy had designated him an Honorary American Citizen, and the statue has one foot in the grounds of the British Embassy and the other on American soil. Topics included the sculptor, William McVey, and the symbolism of the statue. Audio of Sir Winton Churchill addressing a joint session of Congress on December 26, 1941, was played over still photographs of him in the Senate Chambers.
Date 2010.
5:59 pm ET Approx. 31 min. Newsmakers with Richard Cordray Richard Cordray talked about the status of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), ... Richard Cordray talked about the status of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), obstacles it faces, and the direction that he wants to take the new agency.
The CPFB was created by the Dodd-Frank 2010 financial regulations law and has been in operation since late July 2011. Its missions include watching for mortgage-servicing abuses and credit-card abuses by banks. President Obama named Mr. Cordray director with a recess appointment on January 4 after Republicans stalled on holding a confirmation hearing for him.
8:00 pm ET Approx. 54 min. Book Discussion on The Obama Hate Machine Bill Press contends that the political right has levied baseless personal attacks at President ... Bill Press contends that the political right has levied baseless personal attacks at President Obama that are unprecedented for the presidency. Mr. Press argues that such attacks devalue political debate and detract from discussion of the current political issues that face the county. Bill Press spoke at Books &Books in Coral Gables, Florida, and responded to questions from members of the audience. 7:29 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 29 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Proposal Two granddaughters of Dwight D. Eisenhower voiced their opposition this week to the proposed ... Two granddaughters of Dwight D. Eisenhower voiced their opposition this week to the proposed design of a memorial honoring the 34th president of the United States. They appeared before a congressional subcommittee hearing held to consider the views of both supporters and opponents of the design created by architect Frank Gehry and his collaborator, theater artist Robert Wilson.
6:31 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Supreme Court Coverage 8:59 pm ET Approx. 59 min. After Words with Craig Timberg ; Craig Timberg promotes the theory that Western colonial powers unwittingly sparked the AIDS ... Craig Timberg promotes the theory that Western colonial powers unwittingly sparked the AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa simply by sending people into remote regions where chimpanzees had carried the virus for millennia without it spreading to humans. Mr. Timberg also argues that Western attempts to stem the epidemic through condom distribution and abstinence campaigns are ineffective because they ignore homegrown African initiatives that focus on stemming the behaviors that spread the virus. Mr. Timberg discussed his assertions with Scott Evertz, a former director of the U.S. Office of National AIDS Policy. 8:58 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Creation of the Eisenhower National Memorial Archivist of the United States David Ferriero moderated a discussion with architect Frank Gehry ... Archivist of the United States David Ferriero moderated a discussion with architect Frank Gehry and his collaborator, theater artist Robert Wilson, on the design of the national memorial to President Eisenhower and their creative process. The Eisenhower National Memorial, planned for a four-acre site at the base of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., is scheduled to open in 2015. The backdrop and centerpiece of the design is a woven-metal tapestry of a Kansas landscape unique in architectural history. They showed photographs during their presentation and responded to questions from members of the audience. Landscape architect Joe Brown also responded to a question.
6:34 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 24 min. Liberty University v. Tim Geithner Oral Arguments The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in Liberty University v. Tim ... The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in Liberty University v. Tim Geithner. The case centers on the constitutionality of The Affordable Health Care Act. Liberty University is a religious college in Lynchburg, Virginia, arguing that mandating individuals buy health insurance is a violation of the Commerce Clause. Currently two other circuits, the Sixth and Eleventh, have oral arguments scheduled on the constitutionality of the Affordable Health Care Act. 10:01 pm ET Approx. 54 min. Book Discussion on God's Right Hand ; Michael Sean Winters recounts the life of the Reverend Jerry Falwell (1933-2007). The child of ... Michael Sean Winters recounts the life of the Reverend Jerry Falwell (1933-2007). The child of agnostic parents, Jerry Falwell began his career as a Baptist pastor and later founded a mega-church and a Christian university, Liberty University. The author reports that the Reverend Falwell was initially disinterested in politics, but eventually chose to participate after he declared the United States in moral decline. He founded the political lobbying group, The Moral Majority, in 1979, which, according to the author, politically motivated fundamentalist Christians and redefined the social and political priorities of the Republican Party. Michael Sean Winters was interviewed by E.J. Dionne at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. He also responded to questions from members of the audience. 9:59 pm ET Approx. 24 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house. 
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
8:00 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Sonja Sohn ; Sonja Sohn discussed the creation and continuing operations of ReWired for Change, a Baltimore ... Sonja Sohn discussed the creation and continuing operations of ReWired for Change, a Baltimore non-profit organization that she and other fellow actors and crew from the Home Box Office television production “The Wire” founded. The organization works to affect the lives of high risk youth and their families through mentoring, after school programs, and community involvement. She talked about her own troubled childhood, and says that troubled children need unconditional love and consistency of attention in their lives. 10:56 pm ET Approx. 3 min. Laura Ingraham Book Signing Laura Ingraham was shown signing copies of the book she wrote with Raymond Arroyo, Of Thee I ... Laura Ingraham was shown signing copies of the book she wrote with Raymond Arroyo, Of Thee I Zing: America’s Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots. She was also seen being interviewed. 
She was at the Conservative Political Action Conference, held February 9-11, 2012, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
10:25 pm ET Approx. 2 min. Winston Churchill Statue Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the statue in Washington, D.C., of British Prime ... Historian Richard Norton Smith talked about the statue in Washington, D.C., of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. President Kennedy had designated him an Honorary American Citizen, and the statue has one foot in the grounds of the British Embassy and the other on American soil. Topics included the sculptor, William McVey, and the symbolism of the statue. Audio of Sir Winton Churchill addressing a joint session of Congress on December 26, 1941, was played over still photographs of him in the Senate Chambers.
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9:01 pm ET Approx. 30 min. Question Time ; Prime Minister David Cameron answered questions from members of his party and the ... Prime Minister David Cameron answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. He was asked about his conversations with President Obama during his trip to the U.S. on keeping the 2014 timetable for withdrawing troops in Afghanistan, Other topics included the economy, government support for returning soldiers, and compensating small business owners who lost their properties in the 2011 riots. 11:00 pm ET Approx. 49 min. Book Discussion on Juliette Gordon Low: The Remarkable Founder of the Girl Scouts Stacey Cordery recounted the life of Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low, the founder of the ... Stacey Cordery recounted the life of Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts of America. Raised in post-Civil War Savannah, Georgia, Daisy Gordon attempted to balance her aristocratic upbringing with her outside interests. Following her divorce to an Englishman, William Mackay Low, Ms. Low befriended Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts, and with the assistance of Mr. Baden-Powell’s sister created the Girl Guides. Ms. Low would eventually change the name to the Girl Scouts of America; an organization that its founder believed should be a fun and instructive place for girls to obtain skills useful to their personal lives and careers. Stacey Cordery spoke at the National First Ladies' Library in Canton, Ohio, as part of a day-long celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first Girl Scout meeting Ms. Low called in Savannah on March 12, 1912. She used numerous slides during her presentation and responded to questions from members of the audience. 10:28 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 28 min. Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Proposal Two granddaughters of Dwight D. Eisenhower voiced their opposition this week to the proposed ... Two granddaughters of Dwight D. Eisenhower voiced their opposition this week to the proposed design of a memorial honoring the 34th president of the United States. They appeared before a congressional subcommittee hearing held to consider the views of both supporters and opponents of the design created by architect Frank Gehry and his collaborator, theater artist Robert Wilson.
10:32 pm ET Approx. 26 min. The Supreme Court: Home to America's Highest Court, 2010 Edition The Supreme Court: Home to America’s Highest Court takes an unprecedented look into ... The Supreme Court: Home to America’s Highest Court takes an unprecedented look into the U.S. Supreme Court, its role, traditions and history of the Court featuring interviews with all the sitting and retired Justices. 
This is a second version of the original documentary in high definition and includes an interview with Justice Elena Kagan. The original on-air version of the documentary is program ID 289229-1.
12:30 am ET Approx. 29 min. After Words with Craig Timberg ; Craig Timberg promotes the theory that Western colonial powers unwittingly sparked the AIDS ... Craig Timberg promotes the theory that Western colonial powers unwittingly sparked the AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa simply by sending people into remote regions where chimpanzees had carried the virus for millennia without it spreading to humans. Mr. Timberg also argues that Western attempts to stem the epidemic through condom distribution and abstinence campaigns are ineffective because they ignore homegrown African initiatives that focus on stemming the behaviors that spread the virus. Mr. Timberg discussed his assertions with Scott Evertz, a former director of the U.S. Office of National AIDS Policy. 11:57 pm ET Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. Creation of the Eisenhower National Memorial Archivist of the United States David Ferriero moderated a discussion with architect Frank Gehry ... Archivist of the United States David Ferriero moderated a discussion with architect Frank Gehry and his collaborator, theater artist Robert Wilson, on the design of the national memorial to President Eisenhower and their creative process. The Eisenhower National Memorial, planned for a four-acre site at the base of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., is scheduled to open in 2015. The backdrop and centerpiece of the design is a woven-metal tapestry of a Kansas landscape unique in architectural history. They showed photographs during their presentation and responded to questions from members of the audience. Landscape architect Joe Brown also responded to a question.
11:00 pm ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Sonja Sohn ; Sonja Sohn discussed the creation and continuing operations of ReWired for Change, a Baltimore ... Sonja Sohn discussed the creation and continuing operations of ReWired for Change, a Baltimore non-profit organization that she and other fellow actors and crew from the Home Box Office television production “The Wire” founded. The organization works to affect the lives of high risk youth and their families through mentoring, after school programs, and community involvement. She talked about her own troubled childhood, and says that troubled children need unconditional love and consistency of attention in their lives. 1:00 am ET Approx. 30 min. Book Discussion on American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation ; Professor Michael Kazin talked about his book, American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a ... Professor Michael Kazin talked about his book, American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 1:01 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. Book Discussion on The American Way ; Mr. Carlson talked about his book, The American Way: Family and Community in the Shaping ... Mr. Carlson talked about his book, The American Way: Family and Community in the Shaping of the American Identity, published by Intercollegiate Studies Institute. Mr. Carlson asserts that, more than any other factors, family and religion have provided the basis for America’s national identity. He contends that the 1964 Civil Rights Act helped to put an end to traditional family life. Mr. Carlson feels that strong measures are necessary if American culture is to regain its family and community-centered focus. Following prepared remarks, the author responded to questions from the audience.
12:00 am ET Approx. 30 min. Question Time ; Prime Minister David Cameron answered questions from members of his party and the ... Prime Minister David Cameron answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. He was asked about his conversations with President Obama during his trip to the U.S. on keeping the 2014 timetable for withdrawing troops in Afghanistan, Other topics included the economy, government support for returning soldiers, and compensating small business owners who lost their properties in the 2011 riots. 1:32 am ET Approx. 25 min. Book Discussion on World of Faith and Freedom ; Professor Thomas Farr talked about his book World of Faith and Freedom: Why International ... Professor Thomas Farr talked about his book World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty Is Vital to American National Security. He was formerly the director of the State Department Office of International Religious Freedom. He also talked about the forthcoming book by Timothy Shah, Religious Freedom: Why Now? Defending an Embattled Human Right. It was produced by the Witherspoon Institute, where Professor Farr is the director of the Task Force on Religious Liberty. The interview, part of Book TV’s college series, was recorded at Georgetown University in the Riggs Library. 2:12 am ET Approx. 48 min. Presidential Health Care Proposal ; First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton testified to the committee concerning the president’s ... First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton testified to the committee concerning the president’s health care reform proposal. Ms. Clinton led the president’s health care reform task force which designed the current proposal. Following her opening remarks, she took questions from the committee members concerning the details of the president’s proposal.
12:31 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 37 min. Supreme Court Health Care Argument Preview Panelists previewed Supreme Court oral arguments on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care ... Panelists previewed Supreme Court oral arguments on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care law, focusing on its requirement that all Americans buy health insurance. Michael Carvin and Paul Clement asserted that the law does not have any limiting principles, reasoning that if Congress has the power to force citizens to buy health insurance, then, Congress can force them to buy anything, such as cars or certain foods. Akhil Amar and Neal Katyal disagreed, with Mr. Katyal arguing that health care differs because everyone will have to use health care services at some point in their lives. Following their discussion,, they answered questions from the audience. 1:58 am ET Approx. 1 min. BookTV Fairs and Festivals 3:01 am ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Robert Merry ; Robert Merry talked about his book A Country of Vast Designs: James K. Polk, the Mexican War ... Robert Merry talked about his book A Country of Vast Designs: James K. Polk, the Mexican War and the Conquest of the American Continent (Simon & Schuster; November 3, 2009). The 11th president, James Polk was a one-term president, elected in 1844. His mark on history includes the idea of “Manifest Destiny,” expanding the United States from coast to coast. The book also focuses on the two-year war with Mexico. 
Robert Merry has been a journalist in Washington for 35 years including president and editor in chief of Congressional Quarterly and a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. His previous books include Sands of Empire: Missionary Zeal, American Foreign Policy, and the Hazards of Global Ambition and Taking on the World: Joseph Alsop--Guardians of the American Century.
2:10 am ET Approx. 2 hr. 32 min. International Financial System Treasury Secretary Geithner testified on the state of the international financial ... Treasury Secretary Geithner testified on the state of the international financial system. Among the topics addresses were the European sovereign debt crisis, the United States exposure and response to the crisis, and what the United States could learn from Europe’s fiscal affairs. 1:59 am ET Approx. 55 min. Book Discussion on God's Right Hand ; Michael Sean Winters recounts the life of the Reverend Jerry Falwell (1933-2007). The child of ... Michael Sean Winters recounts the life of the Reverend Jerry Falwell (1933-2007). The child of agnostic parents, Jerry Falwell began his career as a Baptist pastor and later founded a mega-church and a Christian university, Liberty University. The author reports that the Reverend Falwell was initially disinterested in politics, but eventually chose to participate after he declared the United States in moral decline. He founded the political lobbying group, The Moral Majority, in 1979, which, according to the author, politically motivated fundamentalist Christians and redefined the social and political priorities of the Republican Party. Michael Sean Winters was interviewed by E.J. Dionne at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. He also responded to questions from members of the audience. 4:01 am ET Approx. 2 min. Vietnam Center and Archive Oral History Project Interview, Part 2 Kelly Crager, head of the Oral History Project of the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech ... Kelly Crager, head of the Oral History Project of the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, talked from Dallas about the project and the importance and uses of oral history. He focused on methods of interviewing and the difficulties of talking about some subjects.
This is a portion of an interview.
4:45 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 13 min. Constitutionality of the 2010 Health Care Law ; ; Panelists discussed the constitutionality of the individual insurance mandate in the 2010 health ... Panelists discussed the constitutionality of the individual insurance mandate in the 2010 health care law. They also talked about several cases scheduled to be heard by the Supreme Court on various aspects of the health care legislation.
The 2012 Federalist Society National Student Symposium was hosted by Stanford University Law School. The theme for the symposium was “Bureaucracy Unbound: Can Limited Government and the Administrative State Co-Exist?”
2:55 am ET Approx. 3 min. Book Discussion on The Tea Party Manifesto ; Joseph Farah talked about his book The Tea Party Manifesto.
He was interviewed while at ...
Joseph Farah talked about his book The Tea Party Manifesto.
He was interviewed while at the Conservative Political Action Conference, held February 9-11, 2012, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
4:03 am ET Approx. 52 min. George Forrest 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 guerrilla warfare. 
Up next - and airing for the first time on television - excerpts from one of those oral histories. We’ll hear from Lieutenant Colonel George Forrest who was the commanding officer in the 1st battalion, 5th cavalry which came in to support the 7th cavalry after the third day of the battle. 
This is 50 minutes.
5:59 am ET Approx. 58 min. Q&A with Sonja Sohn ; Sonja Sohn discussed the creation and continuing operations of ReWired for Change, a Baltimore ... Sonja Sohn discussed the creation and continuing operations of ReWired for Change, a Baltimore non-profit organization that she and other fellow actors and crew from the Home Box Office television production “The Wire” founded. The organization works to affect the lives of high risk youth and their families through mentoring, after school programs, and community involvement. She talked about her own troubled childhood, and says that troubled children need unconditional love and consistency of attention in their lives. 3:29 am ET Approx. 29 min. After Words with Craig Timberg ; Craig Timberg promotes the theory that Western colonial powers unwittingly sparked the AIDS ... Craig Timberg promotes the theory that Western colonial powers unwittingly sparked the AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa simply by sending people into remote regions where chimpanzees had carried the virus for millennia without it spreading to humans. Mr. Timberg also argues that Western attempts to stem the epidemic through condom distribution and abstinence campaigns are ineffective because they ignore homegrown African initiatives that focus on stemming the behaviors that spread the virus. Mr. Timberg discussed his assertions with Scott Evertz, a former director of the U.S. Office of National AIDS Policy. 4:55 am ET Approx. 4 min. Cemeteries at Madison's Montpelier Preview American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to ... American History TV traveled to James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia to learn about the Madison family cemetery and a nearby slave cemetery. We also visited Mr. Madison’s “temple,” a Greek and Roman inspired gazebo covering a former ice house.
The restored Montpelier mansion and estate is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by the Montpelier Foundation and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the fourth President, often referred to as the “father of the Constitution.”
Our guide is Montpelier Foundation president Michael Quinn.
6:59 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. LIVE David Savage Preview of Health Care Law Oral Arguments ; ; David Savage gave an overview of the arguments the Supreme Court will be hearing on the 2010 ... David Savage gave an overview of the arguments the Supreme Court will be hearing on the 2010 health care law, and he answered phone calls and electronic communications from viewers. He previewed the arguments the Court will hear, talked about the significance of the case, historical precedents, the individual mandate in the law, and other topics.
Dr. Michael Newman was interviewed outside the Supreme Court building about the reasons he supports the health care law.
4:00 am ET Approx. 53 min. Book Discussion on No Way Out ; Mitch Weiss and Kevin Maurer talked about “Operation Commando Wrath,” conducted by ... Mitch Weiss and Kevin Maurer talked about “Operation Commando Wrath,” conducted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers in Afghanistan April 6, 2008. The soldiers felt the operation was flawed but undertook it anyway, resulting in one of the larger battles of the war. Ten soldiers in the unit received Silver Stars for their conduct in the battle (the most ever awarded to a unit since Vietnam). The authors talked about the mission and about how they came to write their book. They responded to questions from members of the audience at the Main Branch of the Union County Public Library in Monroe, North Carolina. 5:01 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 20 min. French and Indian War University of Texas at Arlington professor David Narrett teaches a history course which examines ... University of Texas at Arlington professor David Narrett teaches a history course which examines early American history, emphasizing the conflicts between colonists and natives, the relationship between American freedom and slavery, and the growth of the British Empire in North America. In this class he used slides as he lectured on the Seven Years War or the French and Indian War.
4:59 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Book Discussion on The U.S. Supreme Court: A Very Short Introduction Linda Greenhouse, former U.S. Supreme Court reporter for The New York Times, examines the ... Linda Greenhouse, former U.S. Supreme Court reporter for The New York Times, examines the inner workings of the court. Ms. Greenhouse explores the day-to-day operations of the Supreme Court, from how a case makes it to the court to the duties of law clerks, and the responsibilities of the chief justice. Ms. Greenhouse responded to questions from members of the audience in the Great Hall at Cooper Union in New York City. 6:21 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 35 min. Intelligence Used to End the Cold War, Part 1 On November 2, 2011, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a collection of 200 ... On November 2, 2011, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a collection of 200 declassified intelligence documents that informed President Reagan’s U.S.-Soviet policy. Never-before-seen video briefings included in the collection marked the first time the agency used videos on an ongoing basis to deliver intelligence to policymakers.
Ambassador Adelman delivered a keynote address, “The Role of Intelligence in the Policymaking Process,” to open the symposium “Ronald Reagan, Intelligence, and the End of the Cold War.” Featured speaker, former General Kalugin, spoke on “Ending the Cold War from a Soviet Perspective.”
6:04 am ET Approx. 39 min. Book Discussion on Ronald Reagan: Our 40th President Winston Groom recounts the life and political career of Ronald Reagan, America’s 40th ... Winston Groom recounts the life and political career of Ronald Reagan, America’s 40th president. The author explores President Reagan’s childhood, his radio and acting career, and his political ascendancy from governor of California to the presidency of the United States. Mr. Groom spoke at Page and Palette book store in Fairhope, Alabama.
6:44 am ET Approx. 1 hr. 14 min. Book Discussion on The Creative Destruction of Medicine Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute and cardiologist at the ... Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute and cardiologist at the Scripps Clinic, contends that digital technology can make medical care more efficient and effective. However, due to what the author argues is the medical community’s resistance to change, technological advances have yet to be fully accepted. Dr. Topol presented his thoughts on how to re-imagine health care and the doctor-patient relationship using many graphics. He also responded to questions from members of the audience at Kepler’s Books in Menlo Park, California.