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    • MaryEllen Bell Ray interview

    • Watts (Los Angeles, Calif.) - History - Juvenile literature; Los Angeles (Calif.) - History - Juvenile literature; Watts (Los Angeles, Calif.) - History; Los Angeles (Calif.) - History
    • MaryEllen Bell Ray discusses her book, “The City of Watts.” She begins by explaining that this book came from an oral history project on the city of Watts, California. She talks about the history of Watts and how it was a great place to settle...
    • Susan Griffin interview, 1993

    • War - Psychological aspects; Violence - Psychological aspects; Denial (Psychology); Secrecy - Psychological aspects;
    • Connie and Susan begin the interview talking about denial, at both the private and public levels, and the nuclear arms race and threat of war. In particular, Susan talks about denial as an erasure of the past that allows the individual to move into...
    • Jared Diamond interview, 1993 January

    • Human evolution; Social evolution; Nature - Effect of human beings on
    • Jared Diamond discusses his book, "The Third Chimpanzee: The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal." The book encompasses the history of evolution from the Neanderthals, "tree of human life," and "last first contact." He writes that humans are...
    • John O'Neil interview, 1993 January

    • Success - Psychological aspects; Success in business - Psychological aspects; Executives - Conduct of life; Leadership
    • John O'Neil discusses his book, "The Paradox of Success: When Winning at Work Means Losing at Life: A Book of Renewal for Leaders." The book is about trying to define how the person who has success is hurt by it, and the person who is able to...
    • Dorothy Winbush Riley interview, 1993 August

    • Quotations, English; African Americans - Quotations; Blacks - Quotations
    • Dorothy Winbush Riley discusses her book, “My Soul Looks Back, ‘Less I Forget.” She begins by explaining that her book is a compilation of quotes from African American people. She talks about how she initially self-published her book, but after...
    • Susan Bernard interview, 1993 August

    • Monroe, Marilyn, 1926-1962 - Portraits; Motion picture actors and actresses - United States - Portraits
    • Susan Bernard discusses her book, “Bernard of Hollywood’s Marilyn.” She begins by explaining that her father Bruno Bernard was a famous Hollywood photographer who had a close relationship with Marilyn Monroe. She talks about how her father helped...
    • Richard Lourie interview, 1993 March

    • Chikatilo, Andrei Romanovich, 1936-1994; Serial murders - Russia (Federation) - Rostovskai'a' oblast' - Case studies; Sex crimes - Russia (Federation) - Rostovskai'a' oblast' - Case studies; Serial murderers - Russia (Federation) - Rostovskai'a'...
    • Richard Lourie discusses his book, “Hunting the Devil.” He begins by describing the 55 murders of young women in Russia by a man named Andreĭ Romanovich Chikatilo. Lourie talks about how Chikatilo would lure girls into his home, and after...
    • Ib Melchior interview, 1993 March

    • Melchior, Ib; World War, 1939-1945 - Secret service - United States; United States. - Army. - Counter Intelligence Corps - Biography; Intelligence officers - United States - Biography; World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, American
    • Ib Melchior discusses his autobiography, “Case By Case.” He begins by explaining that he was a member of the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Years later, he went back and followed up on all the cases that he handled. He...
    • Léon Bing interview, 1993 September

    • Murder - California - Pasadena - Case studies; Teenagers - California - Social conditions - Case studies
    • Léon Bing discusses his book, “Smoked.” She begins by explaining that her book is about three teenage girls who were murdered in an affluent community in Pasadena, CA. She describes the girls’ relationships with drugs, money, and sex at a young...
    • Kim Wozencraft interview, 1993 October

    • Abused women - Fiction
    • Kim Wozencraft discusses her novel, “Notes From the Country Club.” She begins by explaining that her book is about psychiatric evaluations before a murder trial. She talks about how doctors diagnose criminals as mentally incompetent so they are...
    • David L. Weiner interview, 1993 October

    • Thought and thinking; Human information processing; Brain; Self-actualization (Psychology)
    • David L. Weiner discusses his book, “Brain Tricks.” He begins the interview by explaining that his book is about becoming a more open and positive person. He talks about he did some soul-searching after being divorced twice to find out how he...
    • Kevin Maney interview, 2003 April 28

    • Businessmen - United States - Biography; Computer industry - United States - History; International Business Machines Corporation - History; Watson, Arthur Kittredge, 1919 - 1974; Watson, Thomas J., 1914 - 1993; Watson, Thomas John, 1874 - 1956
    • Kevin Maney discusses his book, “The Maverick and his Machine.” He begins by explaining that the book is the story of Thomas Watson’s transformation of the disorganized Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company into the more efficient and successful...
    • Warren Bennis interview, 1993 August

    • Leadership; Organizational change; Business ethics
    • Warren Bennis discusses his book, “An Invented Life: Reflections on Leadership and Change.” Bennis talks about the importance of consensus and including people in decisions. He discusses the approval rating of Group Seven (G7) nations and...
    • James Clavell interview, 1993 June

    • British - Japan - Fiction; Japan - History - 19th century - Fiction
    • James Clavell discusses his book, “James Clavell's Gai-Jin.” Clavell talks about the plot of the book, set in Yokohama, Japan in 1862. Clavell describes the different attitudes of the gai-jin, which means “foreigners,” and the Japanese. He also...
    • Jeanne Jones interview, 1982

    • Reducing diets; Health
    • Jeanne Jones discusses her book, “Jeanne Jones’ Food Lover’s Diet.” She begins by explaining that she recently traveled to Africa for a diabetes conference and picked up some recipes in Kenya. She says that this is her 10th book on nutrition, but...
    • Jeanne Jones interview, 1982

    • Reducing diets; Health
    • Jeanne Jones discusses her book, “Jeanne Jones’ Food Lover’s Diet.” She begins by explaining that her diet is a plan which is high in complex carbohydrates and low in protein and fat. She talks about why herbs and spices are important for people...
    • Sidney Rittenberg interview, 1993 April

    • Communists - China - History - Biography; China - History - Civil War, 1945-1949; China - History - 1949-1976; United States - Biography
    • Sidney Rittenberg discusses his book, “The Man Who Stayed Behind.” Rittenberg says he learned Chinese in the army and joined the Chinese Communist Party. He describes Mao Zedong and the Gang of Four and his imprisonment and solitary confinement. ...
    • Wilton Barnhardt interview, 1993 May

    • Sacred books - Fiction; Lost books - Fiction
    • Wilton Barnhardt discusses his novel, “Gospel.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a professor who is working in England to find the missing gospel of Matthias. He talks about how Americans are treated while traveling abroad. He...
    • Margo Kaufman interview, 1993 April

    • American wit and humor; Dating (Social customs) - Anecdotes; Dating (Social customs) - Computer network resources
    • Margo Kaufman discusses her book, “1-800-Am-I-Nuts?” She begins by talking about how men and women act differently when they are sick, and tells a story of her husband’s outrageous behavior. She talks about going to the market and bargain hunting...
    • Florence Weiner interview, 1993 October

    • People with disabilities - United States; People with disabilities - Services for - United States
    • Florence Weiner discusses her book, “No Apologies.” She begins by explaining that the book is written for those with a disability, their loved ones, or anyone who wants to better understand people with disabilities. She goes on to discuss an...

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