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. >> nabi and how that becomes a way of your country's future or are over the next couple of decades. in it is intriguing question. a lot of the policies eisenhower pursued would appeal he did believe the government had a strong role to play of the for structure of the interstate highway system but he foresaw that the affair state is something that politicians that they cannot control is a runaway train and we saw the future more clearly with america's role in asia and the rise of china, the split without the fate of domestic politics. i can hear the historians it is called douglas macarthur a finalist for the pulitzer prize a great pleasure. spee1. >> did scenes in so many ways to go back down for if to pull the man one direction but it goes back to and to support that that divide history when dash gary that affects whether not against a major threat spee1 peabody cspan2: t9 you have a book called t11 t15 what is that about did? >> guest: is a biography one of madison's notes and that was the only favor that we now live that took complete notes that summer the book argues they were n
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opportunity to ask some questions about of booktv and then at the end of the program me open to the audience nabi. and the thoughts of how we change the narrative. >> hello last laugh. >> you reference. >> talk about the stereotypes of the allowed black woman. >> but just of uh discussion is centered in a critique of the obey the black feminine identity is with scholarship and consciousness. i talked about the policies and practices that underlies how we approach girls how we enders and food day are and what they are capable of. that is profound because it begins to agitate much of the consciousness how we understand these but kennedy's with stereotypes. especially in the age of social media with our understanding of the way that the black girls and women with is consistent with hypersexual lot and sassy and the latest that we refer to as ratchet but the way that we ecolab misrepresented placed into our subconscious been so willing girls are asking questions in class it is perceived to be combative four define and with their to intention. >> that is problematic. how many had a similar experience?
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