Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright explains why she sees warning signs of fascism around the world and the daughter of aviator Charles Lindbergh on the legacy of her complicated and famous father.
Essayist Stephen Miller traces the history of conversation from ancient Athens and Sparta to the age of the cell phone and the iPod. He’ll explain why he believes the art of conversation is in decline in this country and what some Americans are doing about it.
- Steven Miller Essayist and author of "Conversation"
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