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2005, TV Show

Episode Detail: Stuart Weisberg - Miami Book Fair International

Former Capitol Hill staffer Stuart Weisberg discusses his biography of Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.).

Episodes: Miami Book Fair International (95)

2/4/2012: Randall Kennedy: Persistance of the Color Line
1/1/2012: Brooke Hauser: The New Kids
11/20/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/20/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/20/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/20/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/20/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/19/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/19/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/19/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/19/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/19/2011: Miami Book Fair International
11/12/2011: Miami Book Fair International
1/23/2011: Simon Winchester: Atlantic
1/1/2011: Immigrant Panel
1/1/2011: Meghan McCain: Dirty Sexy Politics
12/25/2010: Ron Chernow: Washington
12/19/2010: Sebastian Junger and Karl Marlantes
12/12/2010: Eliza Griswold Call-in
12/12/2010: Jonathan Franzen: Freedom
12/5/2010: Politics Panel: John Avlon, Bill Press and Doug Schoen
2/13/2010: Gwen Ifill: The Breakthrough
1/16/2010: Ronald Goldfarb: In Confidence
1/10/2010: Tom Hayden: The Long Sixties
12/27/2009: Tracy Kidder: Strength in What Remains
12/26/2009: Joan Biskupic; Barry Friedman
12/21/2009: Max Frankel; Joyce Purnick
12/21/2009: Stuart Weisberg
12/13/2009: Israel Panel
12/12/2009: Al Gore: Our Choice
11/28/2009: Norman Podhoretz: Why Are Jews Liberal?
11/21/2009: Politics and Culture Panel
1/12/2009: Carl Hiaasen; Roy Blount Jr.
12/27/2008: Cornel West
11/16/2008: Art of Biography
11/16/2008: Michael Soussan
11/16/2008: Sen. Mel Martinez (R-Fla.)
11/16/2008: Sen. Mel Martinez: A Sense of Belonging
11/16/2008: Vernon Jordan
11/16/2008: Dexter Filkins; Max Kennedy
11/16/2008: Calls With Hooman Majd
11/16/2008: Salman Rushdie
11/15/2008: Naomi Klein; Jeremy Scahill
11/15/2008: Calls With John Stauffer
11/15/2008: Dave Barry; Frank McCourt
11/15/2008: Writers and Artists Against the Surveillance State
11/15/2008: Jane Mayer; Chris Hedges and Laila Al-Arian; Jonathan Mahler
11/15/2008: Scott McClellan
11/11/2007: Paul Krugman: The Conscience of a Liberal
11/11/2007: Calls With Edwidge Danticat
11/11/2007: Calls With Paul Krugman
11/11/2007: Calls With Robert Draper
11/11/2007: Tom Hayden; Craig Unger
11/11/2007: Walter Isaacson: Einstein
11/11/2007: Calls With George Soros
11/11/2007: What Orwell Didn't Know
11/10/2007: Jenna Bush: Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope
11/10/2007: Cal Thomas: Common Ground
11/10/2007: Calls With Ian Klaus
11/10/2007: Rajiv Chandrasekaran; Wesley Clark
11/10/2007: Calls With Hanna Rosin
11/10/2007: Jeffrey Toobin: The Nine
11/10/2007: Calls With Mark Penn
11/10/2007: Calls With Chris Matthews
11/10/2007: Ralph Nader: The Seventeen Traditions
11/10/2007: Chris Matthews: Life's a Campaign
1/28/2007: Katheryn Russell-Brown: Protecting Our Own: Race, Crime, and African Americans
1/21/2007: Charles Shields: Mockingbird: A Portrait of Harper Lee
1/15/2007: Lawrence Wright: The Looming Tower
1/14/2007: Philip Gourevitch on The Paris Review
1/13/2007: Donna Gehrke-White: The Face Behind the Veil
1/8/2007: Neal Gabler: Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination
1/7/2007: Thomas Evans: The Education of Ronald Reagan
12/31/2006: Erik Calonius: The Wanderer
12/30/2006: Paul Schneider: Brutal Journey
12/30/2006: Hank Klibanoff: The Race Beat
12/30/2006: Myra MacPherson: All Governments Lie!
12/24/2006: Jonathan Franzen: The Discomfort Zone: A Personal History
11/19/2006: Nonviolence Panel
11/19/2006: Biography Panel
11/19/2006: Holocaust Panel
11/19/2006: Doris Kearns Goodwin: Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln
11/19/2006: Doro Bush Koch: My Father, My President
1/1/2006: Harry Frankfurt
12/4/2005: Maureen Dowd
11/20/2005: Planetary Science: Kerry Emanuel; Dava Sobel; Simon Winchester
11/20/2005: Andrea Mitchell: Talking Back...to Presidents, Dictators, and Assorted Scoundrels
11/20/2005: Richard Clarke: The Scorpion's Gate
11/20/2005: Science Matters: Rebecca Goldstein; David Leavitt; Alan Lightman
11/19/2005: My Life: James Atlas, Joseph Lelyveld, J.R. Moehringer
11/19/2005: Eve Ensler: The Good Body
11/19/2005: William Kristol and Stephen Hayes: The Weekly Standard: A Reader: 1995-2005
11/19/2005: Garry Wills: Henry Adams and the Making of America
11/19/2005: George Packer: The Assassins' Gate; John Ralston Saul: The Collapse of Globalism and the Reinvention of the World
11/19/2005: John Hope Franklin: A Mirror to America: The Autobiography of John Hope Franklin

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