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BNL 2021 Autumn Domain Crawl
BNL 2021 Autumn Domain Crawl
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Sep 22, 2021
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014-2021-autumn domain crawl of the Luxembourg web domain (.lu) performed by Internet Archive October-November 2021 on behalf of the National Library of Luxembourg / Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg.
Topic: crawldata
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Sep 22, 2021
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Domain crawl of the Israel web domain (.il) performed by Internet Archive in October-November 2021 on behalf of the National Library of Israel.
Topic: crawldata
Advanced Trainings
Feb 19, 2020 Archive-It
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Archive-It advanced training webinar on creating, adapting, and implementing the policies that guide web archiving collecting decisions, held February 18, 2020.
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of discussions and presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Kyrie Whitsett, Program Officer of Web Archiving & Data Services at Internet Archive.
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of discussions and presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Nicholas Taylor, of Stanford Libraries.
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of discussions and presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Kees Teszelszky, of Koninklijke Bibliotheek (The Royal Library of the Netherlands).
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation, Climate Change
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Dr. Gaëlle Béquet, of the ISSN International Center.
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation of Herbert Van de Sompel, Data Archiving & Networked Services, and Martin Klein, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Martin Klein, of Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Jesse de Vos, of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.
Topics: Web & Data Services, Born-Digital, Digital Preservation
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Helge Holzmann, the Data Engineer of Web Archiving & Data Services at Internet Archive.
Topics: Digital Preservation, Born-Digital, Web & Data Services
Web Data Services Meetings
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Coinciding with iPRES 2019 in Amsterdam, Internet Archive held a half-day partner meeting of discussions and presentations on the latest web and data services for preservation and access of born-digital knowledge. These slides are from the presentation given by Jefferson Bailey, the Director of Web Archiving & Data Services at Internet Archive.
Topic: Digital Preservation, Born-Digital, Web & Data Services
Web Data Services Meetings
Web Data Services Meetings
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Sep 26, 2019
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Presentations for the Internet Archive's Web Archiving & Data Services international partners meeting held on Friday September 20, 2019 in Amsterdam alongside the iPRES 2019 conference.
Advanced Trainings
Aug 22, 2019 Archive-It
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Archive-It advanced training webinar on the Partner API – a tool to retrieve account, collection, and crawl information. This information can be used to develop custom access layers, manage administrative metadata, or to preserve technical and descriptive metadata, among other applications.
Topics: Web Archiving, Data Management, APIs, Metadata Management, Archive-It
Archive-It Videos
Jun 6, 2019 Archive-It
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Live webinar detailing the outcomes of Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives, the national forum led by partners at the Internet Archive and New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving
Advanced Trainings
May 30, 2019 Archive-It
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Archive-It advanced training webinar on the Web Archiving Systems API (WASAPI) -- a tool to access, download, and transfer WARC file data and metadata.
Topics: Web Archiving, Data Management, APIs, Archive-It
Advanced Trainings
Feb 27, 2019 Archive-It
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Live training webinar on using Archive-It as a reference tool held February 26, 2019.
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving, Reference Tools
Advanced Trainings
Dec 4, 2018 Archive-It
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Archive-It advanced training webinar on WARC file management and preservation held November 20, 2018.
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving
Community Webs Video Curriculum
Sep 24, 2018 Archive-It
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Recording of live Community Webs Module 4 webinar on the topic of sustainability and strategic planning.
Topics: Web Archiving, Sustainability, Strategic Planning
Archive-It Videos
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Live information session on the IMLS-funded grant, Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives: A National Forum
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving
Advanced Trainings
Sep 4, 2018 Archive-It
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Archive-It Advanced Training webinar on scoping for web archiving held August 28, 2018.
Topic: Web Archiving
Kickoff Meeting Slides: Maria Praetzellis, Evolving Practices in Web Archiving
Topics: Web Archiving, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Kickoff Meeting Slides: Diantha Schull, Community Library Archiving
Topics: Web Archiving, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Kickoff Meeting Slides: Natalie Milbrodt, Queens Public Library
Topics: Web Archiving, Public Libraries
Kickoff Meeting Slides: Jefferson Bailey, Empowering Public Librarians to Create Community History Web Archives
Topics: Web Archiving, Public Libraries
Archive-It Videos
Jul 26, 2018 Archive-It
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A brief overview of the who, what, when, where, and why of web archiving, how it’s happening at the Internet Archive and in our partner institutions, and how you might use IA tools to archive your own web content.
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving
Advanced Trainings
Jul 24, 2018
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Live webinar describing and demonstrating the new browser-based web capture technology available to Archive-It partners.
Topics: Archive-It, Web Archiving
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Presentation from Community Webs program cohort member Kansas City Public Library.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Community Engagement with Digital History Collections
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Presentation from the Community Archivists at the Austin History Center, the local history division of the Austin Public Library.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Presentation from Community Webs program library lead partner Queens Public Library.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries, Collection Development Policy
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Presentation from Community Webs program cohort member Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at New York Public Library.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
Jun 18, 2018
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Presentation from Community Webs program cohort member Henderson District Public Libraries.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries
Community Webs Video Curriculum
Jun 18, 2018
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Web Archive Collection Development
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Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries, Collection Building
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Crowdsource Strategies for Web Archive Collection Building
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries, Collection Building
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Presentation from Community Webs program cohort member East Baton Rouge Public Library.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries, Collection Building
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Presentation from Community Webs program library lead partner Cleveland Public Library.
Topics: Archive-It, Public Libraries, Collection Building
Community Webs Video Curriculum
Community Webs Video Curriculum
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Jun 15, 2018
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Archive-It Video Curriculum
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Jun 15, 2018
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Advanced Trainings
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Jun 15, 2018
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These training videos build on the existing Archive-It application training in order to give subscribing partners access to additional strategies and tools for web archiving.
Advanced Trainings
May 23, 2018
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Archive-It advanced training webinar on describing web archives with metadata held May 22, 2018.
Topics: Archive-It, Access, Metadata
Archive-It Videos
Apr 4, 2018
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Archive-It Advanced Training webinar on archiving video content held April 3, 2018.
Topics: web archiving, video
Advanced Trainings
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Archive-It advanced training webinar on "Under the Hood" tips & tricks held February 13, 2018.
Topics: Archive-It, QA, Elastic Search
Advanced Trainings
Nov 16, 2017
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Archive-It Advanced Training webinar on archiving social media content held November 14, 2017.
Topics: Social Media, Web Archiving
Internet Archive Presents
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Internet Archive hosted EFF and other lawyers to lead a conversation to understand the current issues and threats to constitutional law under the new administration. The panel focused on specific sections of the constitution and amendments, current cases on censorship, surveillance, search and seizure, and more.  Participating Lawyers:   ▪ Cindy Cohn – Executive Director of EFF  ▪ Corynne McSherry – Legal Director of EFF  ▪ Victoria Baranetsky – First Look Media Technology...
Topics: Constitutional Law, First Amendment Rights
For Your Ears Only / On Air
Nov 1, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I.  INTRODUCTION                                     II. CLINTON: PROBING THE PARDON *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK Chief Political Correspondent *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK Senior Editor *Victor Kovner, Chairman of 1996 New York Clinton-Gore Campaign III. IRAQ: SEARCHING FOR A STRATEGY                                     *Fareed Zakaria, Editor, NEWSWEEK INTERNATIONAL IV. PRESCRIPTION DRUGS: THE GM SOLUTION            *David Noonan, NEWSWEEK Senior...
Topic: Newsweek on Air, President Clinton & Pardons, Iraq, Prescription Drugs, Napster, Genome
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Nov 1, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE FED CUT: ECONOMICS AND POLITICS *Allan Sloan, NEWSWEEK Wall Street Editor *Justin Martin, Author of "Greenspan: The Man Behind the Money" (Perseus) *Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Assistant Managing Editor III. THE NEW SECRECY *Steven Levy, NEWSWEEK Technology Columnist, Author of "Crypto: When the Code Rebels Beat the Government--Saving Privacy in the Digital Age" IV. MIDDLE EAST: SPOTLIGHT ON SHARON *Dan Ephron, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem Correspondent...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Economy, Privacy, Health
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Nov 1, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. ENTER BUSH *Bill Turque, NEWSWEEK Washington Correspondent *Michael Isikoff, NEWSWEEK Investigative Reporter *Clarke Judge, President of the White House Writer's Group. former speech writer for Vice President George Bush and President Ronald Reagan III. THE CHALLENGES ABROAD *Mike Hirsh, NEWSWEEK International Editor IV. OVER-SCHEDULED KIDS/OVER-INVOLVED PARENTS? *Pat Wingert, NEWSWEEK Washington Correspondent *Nicole Wyse, co-author of "Hyper-Parenting: Are You...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, President Bush, Politics, Parenting, Race
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Oct 18, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE BUSH BATTLES: ASHCROFT, ET AL. *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK Chief Political Correspondent *Martha Brant, NEWSWEEK National Correspondent *Ralph G. Neas, President of People for the American Way III. BUSH BATTLES PART II *Ralph G. Neas, President of People for the American Way *Martha Brant, NEWSWEEK National Correspondent IV. CLINTON AND THE TWO AMERICAS *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK Columnist and Senior Editor *Matt Bai, NEWSWEEK National Correspondent V. BUSH-CLINTON:...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, President Bill Clinton, President George W. Bush
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Today, people get their information online—often filtered through for-profit platforms. If a book isn’t online, it’s as if it doesn’t exist. Yet much of modern knowledge still lives only on the printed page, stored in libraries. Libraries haven’t met this digital demand, stymied by costs, e-book restrictions, policy risks, and missing infrastructure. We now have the technology and legal frameworks to transform our library system by 2020. The Internet Archive, working with library...
Topics: e-books, digitization, Library of 2020
KyrieWhitsett Favorites
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Aug 18, 2016
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION: BEST OF '94 II. INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS *Lawrence Pezzullo, former ambassador to Nicaragua and Uruguay; special advisor to Clinton on Haiti. Aired 9/25/94. *Professor William Quandt, University of Virginia; former Carter Administration National Security Council staffer. Aired 9/25/94. *Dr. Zbignew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor, Carter Administration. Aired 12/5/94. *Mark Methabane, South Africa novelist. Aired 5/1/94. III. POLITICS '94 *Kevin Philips,...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Foreign Relations, Politics, Science, Health, Religion, Hollywood, TV, Broadway
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. BOSNIA: THE RISKS OF RESCUE *Karen Breslau, NEWSWEEK diplomatic correspondent. *General Norman Ehlert, USMC retired, director of the Center for Defense Information. *Dr. Rony Brauman, former head of Doctors Without Borders. III. PAUL NEWMAN: ONE OF A KIND *Paul Newman *Robert Benton, director and writer of "Nobody's Fool" and long-time Newman friend and associate. IV. PERISCOPE V. GINGRICH'S GURU *Morris Schechtman, corporate psychotherapist and change...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Bosnia, Paul Newman, Congress, Corruption, Police, Iowa, Entertainment,...
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. BOSNIA AND NATO: GRIM PROSPECTS *Rod Nordland, NEWSWEEK Balkans bureau chief. *Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, senior advisor, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Carter Administration National Security Advisor. III. WELFARE REFORM: THE ORPHANAGE OPTION *Professor Ronald Feldman, Dean, Columbia University School of Social Work. *Steve Waldman, NEWSWEEK national correspondent.  IV. PERISCOPE V. HIROSHIMA: WHO'S VIEWS? *Bill Powell, NEWSWEEK Berlin bureau chief....
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Bosnia, NATO, Welfare, Japan, Hiroshima, Nutrition, Baseball
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CLINTON AND THE NEW CONGRESS *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. III. SEARCH FOR THE SACRED *Ken Woodward, NEWSWEEK religion editor. *Joan Connell, editor, Religion News Service. *Phillip Hefner, director, Chicago Center for Religion and Science. IV. PERISCOPE V. THE U.S. AND EUROPE: WHAT NEXT? *Michael Elliott, NEWSWEEK diplomatic editor. *Michael Mandelbaum, professor of American foreign policy,...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, President Bill Clinton, Congress, Religion, Foreign Policy, Airlines, Broadway
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. A MOTHER AND A MURDER: SUSAN SMITH *Vern Smith, NEWSWEEK Atlanta bureau chief. *Richard Gelles, director, Family Violence Research Center, University of Rhode Island. III. CAMPAIGN '94: A LAST LOOK *David Alpern, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Louise Schiavone, AP Radio Congress correspondent. IV. PERISCOPE V. BERLIN: IMPERFECT UNION *Bill Powell, NEWSWEEK Berlin bureau chief. VI. THOMAS V. HILL: ROUND TWO *Lincoln Caplan, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Vietnam, Germany, 1994 Midterm Elections, Family Violence, Mental Health, Berlin...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. IRAQ: SADDAM'S DANGEROUS GAME *John Barry, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *Laurie Mylroie, co-author of Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf and working on a sequel. III. DEATH CULT IN SWITZERLAND *Marcus Mabry, NEWSWEEK Paris correspondent. *Dr. Margaret Singer, clinical psychologist, emeritus adjunct professor at U.C. Berkeley; author of Cults in Our Midst (Jossey Bass Inc., S.F.). IV. PERISCOPE V. UN-Reforming Prisons *Larry Reibstein, NEWSWEEK senior...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Cult, Prison, Sex Education, Hollywood, Documentary, Hoop...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. MIDDLE EAST: THE NEW TERROR *Jeff Bartholet, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem correspondent. III. ER ON TV: A-OK! *Rick Marin, NEWSWEEK TV writer. *Robert Nathan, supervising producer of "ER". *Dr. Gerald Whelan, associate professor of emergency medicine at U.S.C. School of Medicine. IV. PERISCOPE V. HILLARY CLINTON: THE CHURCH LADY *Ken Woodward, NEWSWEEK religion editor. *Don Jones, professor of social ethics and religion at Drew University's Divinity School, Madison,...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Mideast, Terrorism, TV, Hillary Clinton, Religion, OJ Simpson, Hollywood
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HAITI: A DEAL WITH THE DEVIL? *Peter Katel, NEWSWEEK Miami correspondent. *Lawrence Pezzullo, former Ambassador to Nicaragua and Uruguay; special advisor on Haiti, March 1993-April 1994. III. THE CARTER CONNECTION: HELP OR HURDLE? *Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Washington bureau chief. *William Quandt, professor, government and foreign affairs, University of Virginia. IV. PERISCOPE V. PAT ROBERTSON: PENNIES FROM HEAVEN-NOT *Mike Isikoff, NEWSWEEK Washington reporter. *James...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Haiti, President Jimmy Carter, Foreign Relations, Religion, Hollywood
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HAITI: IS THIS INVASION NECESSARY? *John Barry, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *Raymond Joseph, editor and co-publisher Haiti Observateur III. FALL ENTERTAINMENT PREVIEW *Robert Redford, actor; director "Quiz Show". IV. PERISCOPE V. HEALTH CARE REFORM: WHAT WENT WRONG *Steve Waldman, NEWSWEEK national correspondent. *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK senior editor. VI. MILITARY SUICIDE: A COVER UP? *Nina Biddle, NEWSWEEK Chicago reporter. *Lois VanDerbur, mother of...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Retirement, Military, Suicide, Healthcare Reform, Haiti, Hollywood
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CLINTON'S CUBA OVERLOAD *Michael Elliot, NEWSWEEK diplomatic editor. *Dr. Wayne Smith, former State Department official in Havana; author, The Closest of Enemies: A Personal and Diplomatic History of the Castro Years ; professor of Latin American studies, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. *Xavier Suarez, former Mayor, city of Miami. III. DISNEY: HAS THE KINGDOM LOST ITS MAGIC? *Charles Fleming, NEWSWEEK Los Angeles correspondent. *John Culhane,...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Football, Private Investigation, Disney, President Bill Clinton, Cuba
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CLINTON: CUBA, CRIME AND HEALTH *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Arthur Helton, director, migration programs, Open Society Institute. III. TWO SIDES OF O.J. *Mark Miller, NEWSWEEK Los Angeles correspondent. *Vern Smith, NEWSWEEK Atlanta bureau chief. *Professor Vernon Bengston, AARP; University of Southern California - Los Angeles, University Chair in Gerontology; professor, sociology and social psychology. IV. PERISCOPE V. ANTI-ABORTION...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Hollywood, Abortion, OJ Simpson, Healthcare, President Bill Clinton
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. WHITEWATER: NOW, THE HEARINGS *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondents. *Stephen Hess, senior fellow, governmental studies, the Brookings Indtitution; worked for Presidents Carter, Ford, Nixon, and Eisenhower. III. WOODSTOCK, FROM MIDDLE AGE *Jocko Marcellino, singer from Sha-Na-Na. *David Gates, NEWSWEEK senior writer. *Martha Bayles, author, Hole in the Soul: The Loss of Beauty and Meaning in American Pop Music (Free Press). IV. PERISCOPE V. HONG KONG VS....
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Hollywood, Watergate, China, Music, Whitewater, President Bill Clinton
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HEALTH REFORM: DOWN TO THE WIRE *Steve Waldman, NEWSWEEK national correspondent. *Pete Peterson, former Secretary of Commerce; chairman, the Blackstone Group; member, President's Commission on Entitlement; author. Facing Up: How to Rescue the Economy from Crushing Debt and Restore the American Dream (Simon & Schuster). III. MARS: NEXT GIANT STEP? *Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK science editor. *Chris McKay, research scientist, NASA Ames Center. *Andrew Chaikin, author, A...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, TV, Cold War, Rwanda, Mars, NASA, Healthcare Reform
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. O.J.: A COURT PREVIEW *Mark Miller, NEWSWEEK Los Angeles correspondent. *Ellis Cose, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. III. HEALTH CARE AND A "NEW" WHITE HOUSE *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Theodore Marmor, professor, public policy and management, Yale School of Organization and Management; director of Yale post-doctoral program in Health Policy Research; member, National Academy of Sciences Institutes...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, OJ Simpson, Healthcare Reform, President Bill Clinton, Japan, Foreign Policy,...
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Apr 12, 2016 David Alpern
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HEALTH REFORM AND RATIONING *Steve Waldman, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *Melinda Beck, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Jean Thorne, director, Oregon State Office of Medical Assistance Programs. III. THE O.J. SIMPSON CASE *Mark Miller, NEWSWEEK Los Angeles correspondent. *Curry Kirkpatrick, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. *Renee Williams, coordinator of education and outreach of Sojourn Services for Battered Wives, Santa Monica, CA. IV. PERISCOPE V. STONEWALL PLUS 25...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Technology, LGBT, OJ Simpson, Healthcare Reform, Domestic Violence, Manhattan
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE POLITICS OF VIRTUE *Bill Galston, deputy assistant to the President for domestic policy. *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. III. 50 YEARS AFTER D-DAY *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Bruce Bliven Jr., author, The Story of D-Day (Random House). IV. PERISCOPE V. GAYS IN THE MILITARY *Linc Kaplan, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. *Lt. Colonel Doug Hart, public affairs officer, Department of Defense. VI. THE NEW VIDEO GAMES *Nancy Hass,...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. MIDEAST: PALESTINIANS TAKE POWER *Jeff Bartholet, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem bureau chief. *Clovis Maksoud, professor at American University; director, Center for the Study of the Global South; former Arab League ambassador to the United Nations. *Stanley Fischer, professor of economics at MIT; author, economics study of West Bank; editor, Near East Economic Policy Report. III. MEN, WOMEN AND COMPUTERS *Oliver Strimpel, executive director, The Computer Museum in Boston....
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HEALTH POLITICS AND MENTAL HEALTH *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *Paul K. Ling, PhD, clinical psychologist. III. GENERATION X: WHY? *Jeff Giles, NEWSWEEK general editor. *Jane Bryant Quinn, NEWSWEEK personal finance columnist. *David Lipsky, co-author of Late Bloomers (Random House). IV. PERISCOPE V. RUPERT AND THE NETS *Larry Reibstein, NEWSWEEK general editor. *Anthony Malara, president of CBS affiliate relations. VI. ATTACK OF THE GENETIC TOMATOES...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, World Cup, GMO, Food, Generation X, Mental Health, Politics, Healthcare Reform, TV...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. REMEMBERING NIXON *John C. Whitaker, former secretary of the Nixon cabinet, Under-Secretary of the Interior. *Stephen Hess, senior fellow, governmental studies, the Brookings Institution. III. YELTSIN: "THE STRUGGLE FOR RUSSIA" *Dorinda Elliot, NEWSWEEK Moscow bureau chief. IV. PERISCOPE V. BOSNIA: WHAT NEXT? *John Barry, NEWSWEEK Pentagon correspondent. *Larry Jones, founder and president, Feed the Children. VI. SURVIVING RISING INTEREST *Mark Zandi, chief...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE SUPREME COURT: AFTER BLACKMUN *Professor A.E. Dick Howard, University of Virginia Law School. *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *David Kaplan, NEWSWEEK justice editor. III. KURT COBAIN: SPOTLIGHT ON SUICIDE *Dr. Bennett Leventhal, chair, psychiatry department at the University of Chicago; expert on children and adolescents. *William Styron, novelist, Darkness Visible etc. IV. PERISCOPE V. JAPAN: THE SHOCK OF RESIGNATION *Bill Powell, NEWSWEEK Tokyo...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. WHITEWATER: CLINTON MEETS THE PRESS *Marc Hosenball, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Steve Hess, senior fellow, Governmental Studies, Brookings Institution. III. RESURRECTION REVISITED: NEW VIEWS ON JESUS *Ken Woodward, NEWSWEEK religion editor. *John Dominic Crossan, professor of biblical studies, DePaul University; co-chair of the Jesus Seminar; author, Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography (Norton). IV. PERISCOPE V. MEXICO:...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. SMOKING OUT SMOKERS *Scott Balin, chairman, Coalition on Smoking or Health; vice president for public affairs, American Heart Association. *Nancy Hass, NEWSWEEK general editor. III. WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JESSICA? *Karen Springen, NEWSWEEK Chicago correspondent. *Dr. L. David Zinn, child and adolescent psychiatrist. *Elizabeth Bartholet, professor and adoption law expert, Harvard Law School; author, Family Bonds . IV. PERISCOPE V. GRAY HAIR, WHITEWATER *Joe Klein,...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. ISRAEL: FALLOUT FROM A MASSACRE *Caroline Hawley, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem reporter. *Dr. Ghada Talhami, associate professor of political science, chairman of politics department, Lake Forest College; associate member, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago. III. MOLE IN THE CIA: THE GAME GOES ON *David Wise, CIA and espionage journalist; author, The Spy Who Got Away . IV. PERISCOPE V. MEXICO: A NEW REVOLUTION? *Tim Padgett, NEWSWEEK Mexico City bureau...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Israel, CIA, Mexico, Medicine, 1994 Winter Olympics, Aldrich Ames, Health
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. BOSNIA: OUTRAGE AND RESPONSE? *Michael Elliott, NEWSWEEK diplomatic editor. *Dr. Hasim Cosivic, chiropractor; president, Bosnian-American Cultural Association. III. THE OLYMPICS: HIGH STAKES, HIGH TECH *Mark Starr, NEWSWEEK sports editor and Boston bureau chief. *Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK science editor. IV. PERISCOPE V. NORTH KOREA: HOW MUCH A THREAT? *Tony Clifton, NEWSWEEK Hong Kong correspondent. *Admiral Gene R. LaRocque, president, Center for Defense Information....
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Bosnia, 1994 Winter Olympics, North Korea, Book Publishing
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE STATE OF CLINTON *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK columnist. III. BEYOND PROZAC *Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK science editor. *Dr. Larry J. Siever, professor of psychiatry, Mount Sinai Hospital; director of outpatient psychiatry, Bronx Veteran's Administration.  IV. PERISCOPE V. CRIME AND VIOLENCE: AN INSIDE VIEW *Nathan McCall, reporter, Washington Post; author, Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America . VI....
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. WHITEWATER: NOW A SPECIAL PROSECUTOR *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Max Brantley, editor, The Arkansas Times . III. SCANDAL ON ICE: ARRESTS IN THE KERRIGAN CASE *Mark Starr, NEWSWEEK Boston bureau chief. *Paul Wiley, US Skating Silver Medalist and member of Stars on Ice. IV. PERISCOPE V. CLINTON'S SUMMIT TRIP *Michael Elliot, NEWSWEEK Diplomatic Correspondent. *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK senior editor and...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CRIME AND CIVIL RIGHTS *Ellis Cose, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. *Jesse Jackson, president and founder, Rainbow Coalition; civil rights leader. III. CHILDHOOD'S END *Jerry Adler, NEWSWEEK Senior Editor. *David Elkind, professor of Child Study, Tufts University. IV. PERISCOPE V. NAVY SEALS: INSIDE HELL WEEK *Doug Waller, NEWSWEEK defense correspondent; author, The Commandos . *Seth Cropsy, director, Asian Center, Heritage Foundation; former Deputy Assistant Secretary...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Crime, Civil Rights, Navy Seals, Military, Investment, TV
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. A TALE OF TWO PRESIDENTS... AND OTHER NEWS *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *Dorinda Elliot, NEWSWEEK Moscow bureau chief. III. PERSPECTIVES 1994 *Doug Marlette, political cartoonist, New York Newsday . *Walt Handelsman, political cartoonist, New Orleans Times-Picayune . *Mike Lukovitch, political cartoonist, Atlanta Constitution . IV. PERISCOPE V. MILLENNIUM APPROACHES *Michael Elliot, NEWSWEEK diplomatic correspondent. *Andrew Kohut, director,...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HELMS, CLINTON, AND THE MILITARY *Mark Hosenball, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *John Barry, NEWSWEEK defense correspondent. III. FEAR OF FAT *Laura Shapiro, NEWSWEEK senior writer. *Marion Nestle, chairman, Department of Nutrition, Food, and Hotel Management, New York University. IV. PERISCOPE V. THE ECONOMY: GATT, THE MARKET AND MORE *Bob Samuelson, NEWSWEEK economics columnist. *Larry Martz, NEWSWEEK contributing editor; editor of World Press Review. VI. THE...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. RIGHT FACE: AFTER THE '94 LANDSLIDE *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Eleanor Clift, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *Michael Beschloss, historian; author of The Crisis Years: Kennedy and Khrushchev, 1960-1963 and At the Highest Levels: The Inside Story of the End of the Cold War . III. GREENSPAN'S ECONOMY *Robert Samuelson, NEWSWEEK contributing editor and columnist. *Ellyn Spragins, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. IV. PERISCOPE V. ASIA: A...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, 1994 General Election, GOP, Alan Greenspan, Federal Reserve, Asia, Economics,...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. MIDDLE EAST: THE ECONOMICS OF PEACE *Jeff Bartholet, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem correspondent. *Ram Chopra, director for the Middle East, the World Bank. III. POLITICS: NORTH AND CLINTON *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Larry Hugick, Princeton Survey Research Associates. IV. PERISCOPE V. TELE-CONFUSION *Marc Levinson, NEWSWEEK senior writer. *Robert Rosenberg, president, Insight Research, Livingston, NJ. VI. WHO'S DISABLED? *Leslie Kaufman, NEWSWEEK...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HAITI: VIOLENCE AND AMNESTY *Rod Nordland, NEWSWEEK correspondent in Haiti. *Ian Martin, senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; former director for human rights of the OAS-UN civilian mission to Haiti. III. POWELL: THE GREAT G.O.P. HOPE? *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Frank Luntz, republican pollster. *Kevin Phillips, author of Arrogant Capital: Washington, Wall Street and the Frustration of American Politics (Little, Brown, &...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. INTERVENTION UPDATE: IRAQ AND HAITI *Michael Elliot, NEWSWEEK diplomatic editor. *Larry Birns, director, COuncil on Hemispheric Affairs. III. THE NEW IQ DEBATE *Charles Murray, co-author, The Bell Curve . *Geoffrey Cowley, NEWSWEEK senior writer. *Ellis Cose, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. IV. PERISCOPE V. POLITICS PAST AND PRESENT *Thomas M. DeFrank, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. VI. FOCUS ON TECHNOLOGY...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HAITI: CAN ARISTIDE GOVERN? *Karen Breslau, NEWSWEEK diplomatic correspondent. *Ambassador Robert White, president of the Center for International Policy in Washington; former Ambassador to El Salvador. III. PRIMARIES '94: BARRY REDUX *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *Yvonne Scruggs, director of Urban Policy Institutes, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington; former Philadelphia deputy mayor; former deputy assistant...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. BASEBALL: STRIKING OUT *Mark Starr, NEWSWEEK sports editor. *Andrew Zimbalist, economics professor at Smith College; consultant to players; author of Baseball and Billions (revised and expanded 1994, Basic Books). *David Halberstam, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist; author of October 1964 (Villard). III. IS CLINTON CRASHING? *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK senior editor and columnist. *Joe Klein, NEWSWEEK senior editor and columnist. IV. PERISCOPE V. CRISIS AT THE NAACP...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Baseball, President Bill Clinton, NAACP, Cuba, Haiti, Comedy, TV, 1994 MLB...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HEALTH REFORM NOW? *Bob Samuelson, NEWSWEEK contributing editor/columnist. *John Igelhart, national correspondent, New England Journal of Medicine; editor, Health Affairs journal. III. IT'S A MURDER! *Jerry Adler, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Professor James Fox, professor of criminal justice, Northeastern University. *Dr. Hope Hill, psychiatrist; director, Howard University's Violence Prevention project; founder, Youth Trauma Services Team, Washington, DC. IV. PERISCOPE...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. RWANDA: THE LARGER THREAT *Josh Hammer, NEWSWEEK Nairobi bureau chief. *Danielle Coquoz, deputy head of the Africa department, International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva. *Jeff Drumtra, policy analyst for Africa at U.S. Committee on Refugees. III. THE SIMPSON CASE: IN AND OUT OF COURT *Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK senior editor. *Lincoln Caplan, NEWSWEEK contributing editor, attorney, author, The Insanity, Defense and the Trial of John Hinckley Jr. . IV. PERISCOPE...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. HAITI: WILL WE INVADE? *John Barry, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *Spencer Reiss, NEWSWEEK Miami bureau chief. *Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll (USN, Retired), deputy director, Center for Defense Information. *Jocelyn McCalla, director, National Coalition for Haitian Refugees. III. KOREA AFTER KIM *David Hackworth, NEWSWEEK contributing editor. *Michael Elliot, NEWSWEEK diplomatic editor. *Kwan Ha Yim, professor of political science, Manhattanville College. IV....
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CAIRO: POPULATION CONTROVERSY *Chris Dickey, NEWSWEEK Cairo bureau chief. *Ken Woodward, NEWSWEEK religion editor. *Robert S. Hirschfield, editorial director of The Earth Times . III. SPIN DOCTORS IN LOVE *Mary Matalin & James Carville, political strategists and co-authors of All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President (Random House). IV. PERISCOPE V. PEACE FOR IRELAND: HOW REAL? *Dan Pedersen, NEWSWEEK London bureau chief. *Tim Pat Coogan, historian, former...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. O.J. AND ABUSE *Mark Miller, NEWSWEEK Los Angeles correspondent. *Michele Ingrassia, NEWSWEEK family editor. *Richard Gelles, director, Family Violence Research Center, University of Rhode Island. III. TRADE CENTER BOMBING SECRET *Chris Dickey, NEWSWEEK Middle East regional editor. *James Fox, former FBI assistant director; current executive vice-president, Mutual of America. IV. PERISCOPE V. THE DOLLAR AND THE MUTUALS *Nancy Hass, NEWSWEEK general editor. *Ellyn...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. KILLER STREP *Geoff Cowley, NEWSWEEK health/medicine editor. *Dr. Alan Bisno, chief of medical services, Miami VA Medical Center; professor of medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine; researcher of strep for 25 years. III. SOCCER: WORLD CUP PREVIEW *Michael Elliot, NEWSWEEK Washington correspondent. *Chip Campbell, managing director of International Sports and Entertainment Strategies (ISES), Darien, CT. IV. PERISCOPE V. AFTER D-DAY: FOREIGN POLICY PERPLEX...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. REMEMBERING JACKIE *Letitia Baldrige, former chief of staff and social secretary for Jackie Kennedy. *Steve Rubin, president and publisher of Doubleday. *Barbara Kantrowitz, NEWSWEEK senior writer. III. CHINESE CHECKMATE? *Karen Breslau, NEWSWEEK State Department correspondent. *James Lilly, former ambassador to China; director of the Asian Studies Program at the American Enterprise Institute. IV. PERISCOPE V. WELFARE AND THE WHITE HOUSE UNDERCLASS *Carroll Bogert,...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE SUPREME COURT: A NOMINEE AT LAST *Eleanor Clift, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. *Allan Slobodin, president and general counsel, legal studies division of the Washington Legal Foundation; former House Judiciary Committee civil rights expert. III. D-DAY + 50 *Owen Gavigan, D-Day tank commander, retired insurance company employee. *Walter Boyne, former director, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum; author, Clash of Wings: World War II in the Air (Simon and...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. SOUTH AFRICA VOTES *Joe Contreras, NEWSWEEK Johannesburg bureau chief. *Mark Mathabane, author of African Women: Three Generations , Kaffir Boy , and Kaffir Boy in America (HarperCollins). *Niikwao Akutteh, adjunct professor, Georgetown University; former senior fellow, TransAfrica; current member TransAfrica ForumScholars Council. III. QUAYLE, BACK WITH A BOOK *Dan Quayle, former United States Vice-President. *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent....
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. BOSNIA AND IRAQ: THE LIMITS OF INTERVENTION *John Barry, NEWSWEEK Pentagon correspondent. *George Kenney Jr., consultant to Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; former State Department specialist on Yugoslavia. III. VITAMINS AND CANCER: NEW QUESTIONS *Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK science editor. *Geoffrey Cowley, NEWSWEEK health and medicine editor. *Dr. Philip Taylor, chief, Cancer Prevention Studies Branch, National Cancer Institute. IV. PERISCOPE V. THE PARENT...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. WALL STREET: BAD NEWS BEARS? *Jolie Solomon, NEWSWEEK senior writer. *Marc Levinson, NEWSWEEK economics editor. *Charles Allmon, veteran fund manager; publisher, "The Growth Stock Outlook Newsletter". III. TV'S MAGAZINE WARS *Larry Reibstein, NEWSWEEK senior writer. *Andrew Hayward, executive producer, "Eye To Eye", CBS News. IV. PERISCOPE V. SOUTH AFRICA: BATTLING TOWARDS ELECTION DAY *Joe Contreras, NEWSWEEK Johannesburg bureau chief. *Chester...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. WHITEWATER: ANOTHER WHITE HOUSE VICTIM? *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK chief political correspondent. *David Keene, chairman, American Conservative Union; editor, The Keene Report; former GOP campaign consultant. *Bob Cohn, NEWSWEEK White House correspondent. III. ISRAEL; REINING IN THE SETTLERS *Jeff Bartholet, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem bureau chief. *Norman Rosenberg, executive director, New Israel Fund. *Michael Elliott, NEWSWEEK diplomatic editor. IV. PERISCOPE V. THE DANGERS...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE END OF ANTIBIOTICS? *Geoffrey Cowley, NEWSWEEK medicine editor. *Dr. Stuart Levy, professor of molecular biology/microbiology, Tufts University School of Medicine; author, The Antibiotic Paradox: How Miracle Drugs are Destroying the Miracle (Plenum Books, 1992). *Tom Ludlum, vice president, Bristol Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Group. III. MEDIA AND POLITICS: BOILING WHITEWATER? *Jon Alter, NEWSWEEK columnist and senior editor. *Andy Kohut, director, Times Mirror...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, Whitewater, Antibiotics, US-China Relations, Gambling, Bras, Health, Feminism,...
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Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. ZLATA: SARAJEVO'S ANNE FRANK *Zlata Filipovic, 13, author, Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo . *John Barry, NEWSWEEK defense correspondent. III. THE OLYMPICS: GETTING THE GOLD? *Daniel Pedersen, NEWSWEEK London bureau chief. *Dan Gould, professor of sports psychology, department of exercise and sports science, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; consultant to Olympic ice dancers, skaters, and freestyle skiers. IV. PERISCOPE V. SANCTIONS ON JAPAN: TRADE...
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