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    • Rachel Robinson interview, 2004

    • Biography; Child abuse; Child sexual abuse
    • Rachel Robinson discusses her book, “Without My Mother’s Love.” She begins by describing her family and the molestation that began at the age of five. Robinson says her mother was her worst enemy and that she did not allow her to attend a magnet...
    • Ian J. Morrison interview, 1996

    • Organizational change - Management
    • Ian J. Morrison discusses his book, “The Second Curve.” He begins by explaining that the book took 4 months to write and predicts what can be done for companies in the future. He compares Walmart and Kmart and says that Walmart did a better job...
    • Russell Means interview, 1995 October

    • Means, Russell, 1939-; American Indian Movement; Oglala Indians - Biography; Indians of North America - Government relations - 1934-
    • Russell Means discusses his book, "Where White Men Fear to Tread: The Autobiography of Russell Means." The book is not only about his life, but the experience of the American Indian. His parents moved to San Francisco so he wouldn't have to...
    • Peter Hannaford interview

    • Reagan, Ronald; Reagan, Nancy, 1923-; Presidents - United States - Biography; Presidents' spouses - United States - Biography
    • Peter Hannaford discusses his book, “The Reagans, A Political Portrait.” He says that he set out to write a chronicle and journey of Ronald Reagan to the White House. Hannaford claims that Reagan did not want to close any options once he left...
    • Mortimer Adler interview, 1990 November

    • Religion; Truth; Religious pluralism
    • Mortimer Adler discusses his book, "Truth in Religion: The Plurality of Religions and the Unity of Truth: An Essay in the Philosophy of Religion." The book is about religion from a philosopher's point of view. He believes that people who argue...
    • Jules Witcover interview, 2006

    • Journalists - United States - Biography
    • Jules Witcover discusses his book, “The Making of an Ink-Stained Wretch: Half a Century Pounding the Political Beat.” He begins by saying that he was a columnist for the “Baltimore Sun” and that he is syndicated by the “Chicago Tribune.” Witcover...
    • Mary Higgins Clark interview, 1999

    • Investigative reporting - Fiction; Women journalists - Fiction; Judicial error - Fiction; Murder - Fiction; Connecticut - Fiction
    • Mary Higgins Clark discusses her book, “We’ll Meet Again.” She describes the scene where the character, Molly, is found covered in blood with no memory, after her husband, Dr. Lasch, is found dead in the library by their housekeeper. Clark says...
    • Spencer Johnson interview, 1981

    • Management
    • Spencer Johnson discusses the book that he co-wrote with Kenneth Blanchard, “The One Minute Manager.” He begins by explaining that it is a story about a young man who is looking to hire a manager whom people feel good around and who will increase...
    • Leah Rabin interview, 1991 August

    • Rabin, Yitzhak, 1922-1995; Prime ministers - Israel - Biography; Generals - Israel - Biography; Prime ministers' spouses - Israel - Biography; Army spouses - Israel - Biography
    • Leah Rabin discusses her book, “Full-Time Wife.” She says that while she and her husband, Yitzhak, were a young married couple, with two small children, he dedicated his strength and effort to build the Israeli army. Rabin says that she chose to...
    • Peter Bart interview, 2004 January

    • Motion picture industry - Fiction; Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Fiction
    • Peter Bart discusses his novel, “Dangerous Company.” He begins by explaining that he is the editor-in-chief of Variety Magazine. He says that his book is based on real people he knows in Hollywood, but that he changed their names. He talks about...
    • Robert MacNeil interview, 1995 November

    • Love stories; Political fiction
    • Robert MacNeil discusses his novel, “The Voyage.” He says that the book is about a woman who turns down a marriage proposal in her 20s and never gets asked again. He introduces the characters and talks about how two old lovers decide to meet up...
    • Philip Dunne interview

    • Motion picture producers and directors - United States - Biography; Screenwriters - United States - Biography; Blacklisting of entertainers - United States
    • Philip Dunne discusses his book, “Take Two: A Life in Movies and Politics.” Connie Martinson begins by saying Dunne went from writing to producing and directing. He talks about the film, “Pinky,” and the possibility of two endings. Dunne says he...
    • Ross King interview

    • Manet, Edouard, 1832-1883 - Criticism and interpretation; Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest, 1815-1891 - Criticism and interpretation; Painting, French - 19th century; Impressionism (Art) - France; Art and society - France - Paris - History - 19th...
    • Ross King discusses his book, “The Judgment of Paris.” He begins by explaining Impressionist art in the 1860s and says that the word ‘impressionist’ was derogatory. He shares that the fathers of great artists like Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, and...
    • Joe Eszterhas interview

    • Motion picture authorship; Motion picture industry - California - Los Angeles - Anecdotes
    • Joe Eszterhas discusses his book, “The Devil’s Guide to Hollywood: The Screenwriter as God!” Eszterhas says it is a survival guide for screenwriters and how to get one’s vision onto the screen. He talks about his writing process and his work,...
    • James Swain interview, 2004

    • Valentine, Tony (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Private investigators - New Jersey - Atlantic City - Fiction; Swindlers and swindling - Fiction; Gambling and crime - Nevada - Las Vegas - Fiction; Card dealers - Nevada - Las Vegas - Fiction;...
    • James Swain discusses his novel, “Loaded Dice.” He begins by explaining that this is the 5th book in the series that follows his character Tony Valentine, who catches people cheating at casinos. Swain says that after September 11, 2001, the FBI...
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen interview, 2006

    • Leadership - Moral and ethical aspects; Leadership - Psychological aspects; Power (Social sciences); Immorality
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen discusses her book, “The Allure of Toxic Leaders: Why We Follow Destructive Bosses and Corrupt Politicians - and How We Can Survive Them." Lipman-Blumen talks about the roles of leaders in times of crisis and the feelings they...
    • William Ouchi interview, 2003

    • School improvement programs - United States
    • William Ouchi discusses his book, “Making Schools Work: A Revolutionary Plan to Get Your Children the Education They Need." Ouchi talks about the schools he visited in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. He says he went through school budgets...
    • Kim Dower interview, 2004

    • Business presentations; Public speaking; Interpersonal communication; Business communication; Success
    • Kim Dower discusses her book, “Life is a Series of Presentations: 8 Ways to Punch Up Your People Skills at Work, at Home, Anytime, Anywhere,” co-authored with Tony Jeary and J.E. Fishman. Dower says she helps authors with their presentation skills...
    • Charles Johnson interview, 1990 August

    • Slave trade - Fiction; African Americans - Fiction
    • Charles Johnson discusses his book, “Middle Passage.” He says the “middle passage” is the journey from the African west coast to the United States. Johnson describes the protagonist, Rutherford Calhoun, a former slave, his brother, Jackson, and...

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