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Conception and Consumption

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Monday, November 25, 2002

Middle Eastern historian Mary Anne Weaver claims although the US considers Afghanistan to be the main terrorist threat, Pakistan is the center of Islamic terrorism. She discusses her latest book, Pakistan: In The Shadows of Jihad and Afghanistan. Peter Lovenheim shares his two-year journey with two calves, determined to see them from conception to consumption, Portrait of a Burger As a Young Calf. Plus Eva Hoffman shares her debut novel, The Secret. And Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison discusses her new children’s book, The Book of Mean People.

Mary Anne Weaver

Middle Eastern historian Mary Anne Weaver claims although the US considers Afghanistan to be the main terrorist threat, Pakistan is the center of Islamic terrorism. She discusses her latest book, Pakistan: In The Shadows of Jihad and Afghanistan.

Music: Mary Anne Weaver Die Hard soundtrack conductor Michael Kamen tracks 2, ...

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Peter Lovenheim

Peter Lovenheim shares his two-year journey with two calves, determined to see them from conception to consumption, Portrait of a Burger As a Young Calf :The True Story of One Man, Two Cows, and the Feeding of a Nation.

Music: Peter Lovenheim Hanging Up soundtrack track 3, 8 composer David ...

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Toni Morrison

Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison discusses her new children’s book, The Book of Mean People.

Music: James and the Giant Peach soundtrack tracks 10, 20 composer Randy Newman

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Eva Hoffman

Eva Hoffman shares her debut novel, The Secret. Read an excerpt in the Reading Room.

Music: Iris Soundtrack composer James Horner track 6

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