Stephen welcomes to the show George Will, author of the book "A Nice Little Place on the North Side: Wrigley Field at One Hundred."
Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University. We conclude with George Will on his new book: "A Nice Little Place on the North Side.”
Robert Kaplan on his book “Asia’s Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific.” A discussion about Indian elections with Sadanand Dhume, Dr. Milan Vaishnav, Professor Arvind Panagariya and Jonathan Shainin.
An hour with George Will, newspaper columnist, journalist, and author
George Will, author of "Men at Work: The Craft of Baseball," joins Stephen for a game of catch.
Columnist George Will Has Been Observing And Writing About America For Almost 40 Years. He Has Just Published His Eighth Collection Of His Essays. In A Wide-Ranging Conversation With Him, He Talked About China, Iran, America'S Resilience, The Presidential Campaign And How He Changed His Views About Iraq.
George Will, Syndicated Columnist For Newsweek And Author Of With A Happy Eye, But..., Discusses Iraq, The Islamic World And The Challenge Of Modernization In The Middle East. Then, Filmmaker Michael Moore On His New Film, Bowling For Columbine, Which Deals With Guns And Violence In American Society. Moore Also Weighs In On The Potential Conflict In Iraq And His View On The Current Administration.
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