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December 2017
Audio
Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929-1941
December 6th, 2017
Stephen Kotkin

Historian Stephen Kotkin, author of Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929-1941, discusses Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin’s relationship with Hitler’s Nazi Germany leading up to and during World War II.

Duration: 01:02:40

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December 2017
Audio
Grant vs. Lee: The Ultimate Warriors
December 5th, 2017
John F. Marszalek, Craig L. Symonds, Harold Holzer (moderator)

Civil War historians discuss the epic battlefield encounters in Virginia between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee from 1864 to 1865.

Duration: 57:52

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November 2017
Audio
Playing with Fire: The 1968 Election
November 29th, 2017
Lawrence O’Donnell

Lawrence O’Donnell, host of MSNBC’s The Las Word with Lawrence O’Donnell discusses his book Playing with Fire: The 1968 Election and the Transformation of American Politics, revealing the chaos of 1968.

Duration: 01:10:25

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November 2017
Audio
History with David M. Rubenstein: A Conversation with Tom Brokaw
November 27th, 2017
Tom Brokaw, David M. Rubenstein (moderator)

Tom Brokaw, one of the most respected and trusted figures in U.S. broadcast journalism—best known for his more than 20-year tenure as managing editor and sole anchor of NBC Nightly News—joins David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, for an in-depth conversation on his prolific life and career delivering the news to millions of Americans.

Duration: 00:58:05

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November 2017
Audio
War Powers and the Presidency
November 21st, 2017
Matthew C. Waxman, Philip C. Bobbitt (moderator)

Legal Scholars Matthew C. Waxman and Philip C. Bobbitt, faculty co-chairs of the Program on National Security Law at Columbia Law School, discuss the constitutional expansions and limitations on presidential powers during wartime since World War I.

Duration: 01:01:21

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