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On January 31, 2005, the John Adams Institute welcomed Barbara Ehrenreich, who talked about her book 'Nickel and Dimed - On (Not) Getting By in America)'.

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On November 7, 2002, The John Adams Institute proudly presented an additional lecture to its schedule of events with writer-physician Atul Gawande (1965).

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On September 26, 2001, David Sedaris came to the John Adams Institute to discuss his work Naked and Me Talk Pretty One Day. In America, Sedaris is seen as the modern master of the short story.

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On, November 11, 1995, T. Coraghessen Boyle visited the John Adams Institute to speak about his novel The Tortilla Curtain, a controversial tale about political correctness, hypocrisy and American attitudes.

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On April 28, 2010, The John Adams Institute hosted an evening with Jon Krakauer. He has written some of the most popular outdoor adventure books of our time.

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On 20 October, 1993, American author E.L. Doctorow, was known international for his works of historical fiction, visited the John Adams Institute to give a lecture about writing.

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On February 19, 1992, Gore Vidal visited The John Adams Institute. Jan Donkers moderated the evening. Gore Vidal was an American writer known for his essays, novels, screenplays, and Broadway plays.

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On December 1, 1999, The John Adams Institute welcomed the Irish-American author and Pulitzer Prize winner, Frank McCourt, for the second time to speak about his novel 'Tis.

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On February 16, 1996, The John Adams Institute hosted an evening with legendary American political economist John Kenneth Galbraith, who has become one of the most influential scholars in American politics, not only as professor of economics at Harvard but also as a presidential advisor and political leader.

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On March 2, 1999, The John Adams Institute welcomed American novelist Bret Easton Ellis, who talked about his work and his novel Glamorama, in which male model Victor Ward constructs his own life on the superficial images of the entertainment industry out of his obsession with the glitter of New York fashion.

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