Agents, Managers and Brokers for Speakers.

Agents, Managers and Brokers for Speakers.
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Film and TV legend Alan Alda has always been a first-rate performer. You probably know him best as Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H, or from his 11 years hosting PBS’ Scientific American Frontiers. His new book, If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?
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With a White House facing multiple investigations, what will it mean for the legislative agenda, America’s global influence, and our political culture? Consider these speakers: READ:  David Ignatius:  In James Comey’s testimony, there are no happy endings  WATCH: Fareed Zakaria:  For Trump, the ends justify the means READ: Noah Feldman:  Comey Opens Door to Investigate Trump Dossier   READ: Evan Osnos:  Comey’s Revenge: Measuring Obstruction
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Sherman Alexie is a poet, short story writer, novelist, and performer renowned for his works about life as an American Indian. His new memoir, You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, is set for release next Tuesday, June 13th. It has been listed on various summer reading lists including those of Entertainment Weekly, NPR, and Google Play.
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How do we think about moral and ethical dilemmas in a global age? Are globalization and capitalism good for democracy and the common good?
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Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Dan Hampton’s new book, The Flight: Charles Lindbergh's 1927 Transatlantic Crossing, marks the 90th anniversary of Lindbergh’s pioneering flight from New York to Paris.   Revealing the audacity and raw bravery necessary to attempt a feat that had already claimed six men’s lives, Hampton gives an in-the-cockpit account of Lindbergh’s dramatic 33½-hour solo flight over the Atlantic, and tells how it forever changed aviation.
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