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A look at seminal or groundbreaking works whose influence has endured beyond their own eras.

Episode Guide

Maurice Jackson: Let This Voice Be Heard

February 19, 2012

Nancy Sherman: The Untold War

February 19, 2012

National Book Festival: Tony Horwitz

October 12, 2008

Discussion of the Islamic World

October 5, 2008

National Book Festival: Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison

September 27, 2008

National Book Festival: Michael Dobbs

September 27, 2008

Mark Dimunation: Thomas Jefferson's Library

September 20, 2008

Tony Williams: Hurricane of Independence

September 20, 2008

Jennet Conant: The Irregulars

September 20, 2008

Massacre at Mountain Meadows

September 14, 2008

Patrick Buchanan: Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War

September 13, 2008

Stuart Leibiger: Founding Friendship

September 8, 2008

Roosevelt Reading Festival: Joseph Persico

September 7, 2008

Kevin Hayes: The Road to Monticello

August 30, 2008

Roosevelt Reading Festival: Anthony Badger

August 30, 2008

Roosevelt Reading Festival: Will Swift

August 30, 2008

Les Standiford: Washington Burning

August 16, 2008

Andrew Ward: The Slaves' War

August 9, 2008

Mark Stein: How the States Got Their Shapes

August 9, 2008

David Maraniss: Rome 1960

August 2, 2008

Benny Morris: 1948

August 2, 2008

William Eskridge: Dishonorable Passions

August 2, 2008

Rutka Laskier: Rutka's Notebook

July 28, 2008

Simon Winchester: The Man Who Loved China

July 28, 2008

Boris Gindin and David Hagberg: Mutiny

July 26, 2008

Paul Gregory: Lenin's Brain and Other Tales From the Soviet Archives

July 26, 2008

Anna Rubino: Queen of the Oil Club

July 26, 2008

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  • Premiered: March 29, 2000
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  • Premise: A look at seminal or groundbreaking works whose influence has endured beyond their own eras. (more)

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