The Budget Crisis and You

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Experts tell you what you should know about America’s federal budget crisis...and how it’ll affect your personal finances. Also: how the medical text Gray’s Anatomy changed the field of medicine. And Robert Bennett, the lawyer who defended Bill Clinton in the Paula Jones case, Judith Miller and some other controversial defendants.


Senator Robert Bennett

A Guided Tour of the Federal Budget Crisis

Find out everything you need to know about the looming federal debt crisis…and how it could affect your own personal finances. Scott Bittle and Jean Johnson of Public Agenda Online are co-authors of Where Does the Money Go?: Your Guided Tour to the Federal Budget Crisis.

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Gray’s Anatomy - The Medical Textbook, Not the TV Show

Gray’s Anatomy has set the standard for medical textbooks for the past 150 years. Bill Hayes’s new book about how Gray’s Anatomy changed the field of medicine is The Anatomist.

Event: Bill Hayes will be speaking and signing books
Tuesday, February 19 at 7 pm
192 Books

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Orphan Films

Every other year, film archivists from around the world gather to present "orphan films" - unusual movies of unknown origins. Dan Streible is founder and curator of the Orphan Film Symposium, showing at the IFC Center as part of the "Stranger Than Fiction" series. The full Orphan Film Symposium will ...

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Superlawyer Robert Bennett

Lawyer Robert Bennett has represented some important people in difficult situations: Judith Miller; Paul Wolfowitz; Bill Clinton in the Paula Jones scandal. His new memoir is In the Ring: The Trials of a Washington Lawyer.


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