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    • Tom Sleigh interview

    • Space race; Outer space; Cold War
    • Tom Sleigh discusses his book, “Space Walk.” He begins by sharing his thoughts on being awarded the 2008 Kingsley Tufts Award. He explains that the book is a compilation of his poetry dealing with growing up during the Cold War era. He goes on...
    • Philip Taubman interview, 2003

    • United States. Central Intelligence Agency - History - 20th century; Aerial reconnaissance, American - History - 20th century; Space surveillance - United States - History - 20th century; U-2 (Reconnaissance aircraft); Cold War
    • Philip Taubman discusses his book, “Secret Empire.” He begins by explaining the United States’ use of satellite spies during the Cold War. He describes his interest in writing this book: he covered intelligence journalism at The New York...
    • Max Frankel interview

    • Soviet Union - Foreign relations - United States; United States - Foreign relations - Soviet Union; Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
    • Max Frankel discusses his book, “High Noon.” The book explores the history of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the minds of the men who provoked and later resolved the infamous confrontation. As a journalist, Frankel explains how he utilized his...
    • James Carroll interview, 2003

    • Americans - Germany - Fiction; Runaway teenagers - Fiction; Fathers and sons - Fiction; Male friendship - Fiction; Teenage boys - Fiction; Cold War - Fiction; Widowers - Fiction; Berlin (Germany) - Fiction
    • James Carroll discusses his book, “Secret Father.” He describes the characters, Paul, and his son, Michael, and Michael’s friends Ulrich and Katharine. Carroll says the book is framed around the Cold War and the erection and dismantling of...
    • Dani Shapiro interview, 2003 May 15

    • Andover (Mass.) - Fiction; Infants - Fiction; Teenage girls - Fiction; Brothers and sisters - Fiction
    • Dani Shapiro discusses her book, “Family History.” She begins by sharing the basic plot of the book that follows the narrator, Rachel Jenson who is a housewife and art restorer married to Ned, a former painter. The couple live in a small town...
    • Gayle Lynds interview, 2004

    • Intelligence service - Fiction; Fathers - Death - Fiction; Conspiracies - Fiction; Women spies - Fiction; Extortion - Fiction; Assassins - Fiction; Cold War - Fiction
    • Gayle Lynds discusses her novel, “The Coil.” She begins by giving background information about her characters and their family relations and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) connections. She explains how she uses CIA spies in her story and...
    • Joseph Heller interview, 1988 December

    • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669 - Fiction; Netherlands - Fiction; Painters - Fiction; Aristotle; Painting - Fiction
    • Joseph Heller discusses his new novel “Picture This.” Heller explains that the book’s plot spans several temporal and spatial locations including, ancient Athens, 17th Century Holland, and the modern United States. Connecting these eras is...
    • George Crile interview, 2004 May

    • Wilson, Charles, 1933-2010; United States. Central Intelligence Agency; Military assistance, American - Afghanistan; Afghanistan - History - Soviet occupation, 1979-1989 - Secret service
    • George Crile discusses his book, “Charlie Wilson’s War.” He begins by explaining the conflict the United States had in the 1980s with Afghanistan and Russian communists. He talks abut how the CIA honored Wilson after the Cold War in a...
    • Joseph Finder interview

    • Business intelligence - Fiction; Success in business - Fiction; Corporate culture - Fiction; Commercial crimes - Fiction; Deception - Fiction
    • Joseph Finder discusses his book, “Paranoia.” He begins by discussing the research he did into competition amongst American technology companies and how there is more espionage going on between these companies today then there was during the...
    • Isadore Rosenfeld interview

    • Alternative medicine - Popular works
    • Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld discusses his book, “Dr. Rosenfeld’s Guide to Alternative Medicine: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What’s Right For You.” He begins by explaining that he decided to write this book after seeing an obscure form of...
    • Gary H. Grossman interview, 2004

    • Presidential candidates - Fiction; Assassination - Fiction; Intelligence service - Fiction; Political crimes and offenses - Fiction
    • Gary H. Grossman discusses his novel, “Executive Actions.” He begins by explaining the role of Russian sleeper agents in America and how many have stayed in the United States after The Cold War. He also talks about how Andropov University set...
    • Georgi Arbatov interview, 1992 September

    • Soviet Union - Politics and government - 1985-; Soviet Union - Officials and employees - Biography; Soviet Union - Politics and government - 1953-1985; Soviet Union - Foreign relations - 1975-1985; Soviet Union - Foreign relations - 1985-
    • Georgi Arbatov discusses his book, “The System: An Insider’s Life in Soviet Politics.” Arbatov talks about the rise of Nazism and Fascism in Germany. He discusses the breakthrough in relations with the United States and Mikhail...
    • Howard Meyer interview, 2003 July

    • International law; International Court of Justice
    • Howard Meyer discusses his book, “World Court” He begins by explaining that the book traces the history of the World Court back to the Hague Conference of 1899. In the book he charts the development of the World Court through World War I, the...
    • Kate Wenner interview, 2004

    • Nuclear warfare - Psychological aspects - Fiction; Scientists - Family relationships - Fiction; Fathers and daughters - Fiction; Atomic bomb - Fiction; Girls - Fiction; Women - Fiction
    • Kate Wenner discusses her book, “Dancing with Einstein.” She begins the interview by explaining how she grew up during the Cold War era and wanted to write a book that focused on children growing up during disasters. She talks about the plot...

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