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C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb is interviewed as part of the Booknotes Oral History Project on 1 October 2015. Mr. Lamb discusses the history of C-SPAN's Booknotes program.

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C-SPAN Susan Swain is interviewed as part of the Booknotes Oral History Project on 16 April 2015. Ms. Swain discusses the history of C-SPAN's Booknotes program.

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Presents a collection of the best unpublished interviews from the past twenty-five years of C-SPAN’s "Booknotes" and "Q and A," including discussions with David McCullough, Ron Chernow, April Witt, and John Burns.

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Collection of essays by various authors based on interviews originally conducted on the television program Booknotes.

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Collection of essays by various authors based on interviews originally held on the television program Booknotes. Contemporary writers and historians examine specific events that have shaped American history, from the Boston Tea Party to the final…

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Collection of essays by various biographers based on interviews originally held on the television program Booknotes.

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Features over 150 interviews with contemporary authors from C-SPAN’s weekly book review television program "Booknotes." The authors discuss their preparation methods for writing, their idiosyncrasies, and provide personal insights into their work.

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Edmund Morris poses with the Ronald Reagan research cards he keeps in his desk at home on Capitol Hill. He used these cards when writing his book "Dutch: A Memoir of Ronald Reagan."

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Sylvia Jukes Morris did her writing and research for 'Rage for Fame: The Ascent of Clare Boothe Luce' in her home on Capitol Hill. Here she is at her desk in her Capitol Hill townhouse.

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Katharine Graham at her desk in her Georgetown home where she wrote her Pulitzer Prize-winning autobiography, Personal History.

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Former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in his I Street office in downtown Washington, D.C.

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Robert Merry at Joseph Alsop's former Georgetown house. Here the Alsops entertained journalists, presidents, and many other Washington notables.
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