Nothing about the 2020 presidential campaign is typical and the debates are no different. Diane talks with Janet Brown, executive director of the Commission on Presidential Debates, about how they are planning in the middle of a pandemic.
Following the massive “March For Our Lives” gatherings in cities across the country on Saturday March 24, 2018, Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen discusses prospects for congressional action on gun reform. Then, Tara Westover was raised by survivalist parents in the mountains of Idado. Westover’s new memoir “Educated” is an account of her unusual – and sometimes abusive – childhood, her love for her family, and how education radically changed the trajectory of her life.
- Senator Chris Van Hollen US Senator, Maryland, Democrat
- Tara Westover Author of "Educated: A Memoir" PhD in history, 2014, University of Cambridge
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