Wednesday, April 26, 2006

George Stevens, Jr. and Charles A. Stevenson

Producer, director, writer, and founder of the American Film Institute George Stevens, Jr., talks about his experiences on the set and his new book Conversations with the Great Moviemakers of Hollywood's Golden Age : At the American Film Institute
former US Senate defense and foreign policy advisor Charles A. Stevenson talks about the unique challenges of the office of Secretary of Defense and the people who have served in the office, including William Perry, Donald Rumsfeld, and show favorite Dick Cheney. His new book is titled SECDEF: The Nearly Impossible Job of Secretary of Defense.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Andrew Ross and Lawrence Joseph

NYU Professor of American Studies and Director of the Metropolitan Studies Program Andrew Ross discusses corporate flight and the lessons of free trade as explained in his latest book, Fast Boat to China: Lessons from Shanghai.
April is Poetry Month. Lawyer/poet Lawrence Joseph helps celebrate.