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by John F. Kennedy
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Listen to an archival recording of Senator John F. Kennedy reading the Declaration of Independence in its entirety, which was made exclusively for New York radio station WQXR's 1957 July 4th observance.

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by Khaled Hosseini
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Afghan American novelist Khaled Hosseini discusses A Thousand Splendid Suns, the follow-up to his best-seller, The Kite Runner. The new book is another searing epic of Afghanistan in turmoil.

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by Herbert Benson
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Pioneer of mind body medicine Herbert Benson explores his new book, The Relaxation Revolution: Enhancing Your Personal Health Through the Science and Genetics of Mind Body Healing.

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by Dan Ariely
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Behavioral economist Dan Ariely discusses his new book, The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home.

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by Arnold Rampersad
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Arnold Rampersad discusses his new book, Ralph Ellison: A Biography. Georgia Center for the Book presents the acclaimed writer as part of the Decatur Arts Festival celebration.

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by Nicholas Carr
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Technology commentator Nicholas Carr explores the psychological impact of the Internet and his new book The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains.

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by Howard Zinn
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In May of 1886 Americans awoke to the news that a bomb had exploded a Chicago labor rally killing several policemen.

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by Daniel H. Pink
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Business and technology writer Daniel Pink explores what makes us most productive, and discusses his new book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.

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by Chris Hedges
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Drawing on the literature of combat, from Homer and Shakespeare to Erich Maria Remarque and Michael Herr, Hedges discusses how human beings are conditioned to embrace what he calls 'the myth of war' -- the idea that combat is noble, selfless, and glorious.

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by Walter Isaacson
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Walter Isaacson, author of the mega-selling, acclaimed biography of Benjamin Franklin, discusses his latest work focused on the most influential scientist of the 20th century, Albert Einstein.

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