And Then Everything Changed

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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy gives his perspective on the state’s finances, balancing the budget and how his governing style compares to the governors of New York and New Jersey; Jeff Greenfield of CBS News talks about his new book, Then Everything Changed: Stunning Alternate Histories of American Politics, and offers alternate histories of modern American history; and another installment of Science 101 looks at the physics of heat and thermal conductivity. 

The Governor of Connecticut

Dan Malloy, Governor of Connecticut, discusses his state's budget, the national struggle to balance finances and other news from the Constitution state.

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The Hillary Doctrine

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, deputy director of the women and foreign policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana: Five Sisters, One Remarkable Family, and the Woman Who Risked Everything to Keep Them Safe,  talks about Hillary Clinton, whom she profiled in this week's issue of Newsweek in "The Hillary Doctrine".

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What If? Alternate US Histories

Jeff Greenfield, senior political correspondent  for CBS News and the author of Then Everything Changed: Stunning Alternate Histories of American Politics: JFK, RFK, Carter, Ford, Reagan, offers alternate histories of modern American history.

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EVENT: Book signing tonight at 7 PM at the Upper West Side Barnes & Noble (Broadway and 82nd Street)

Science 101: Heat and Thermal Conductivity

Last year, New York City's 4th and 8th graders scored below both the state and national averages on a nationwide science exam. Today, Katie Gardner, Science Educator at Liberty Science Center, answers heat and thermal conductivity questions from the exam.

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