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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Sidney Blumenthal, a former Clinton senior adviser, explains why he calls the Bush presidency "radical." And Zainab Salbi, a refugee of the 1991 Gulf War, looks at how war and conflict affect women around the world. Plus, Steve Wozniak tells us how a seed of an idea some 30 years ago grew into Apple Computers.

Conservative or Radical?

In How Bush Rules, journalist and former senior adviser to President Clinton Sidney Blumenthal argues that President Bush isn’t a conservative—he’s a radical.

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Events: Sidney Blumenthal will discuss the 2006 elections
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How War and Conflict Affect Women

Zainab Salbi, whose father was once Saddam Hussein's pilot, became a refugee of the Gulf War in 1990. In The Other Side of War, she explores how military conflict affects women around the world.

The Other Side of War is available for purchase at

Events: Zainab ...


Steve Wozniak and the Growth of Apple

In 1975, a young engineer in California created the world’s first true personal computer. In iWoz, Steve Wozniak tells us how his seed of an idea grew into Apple Computers.

iWoz is available for purchase at

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