The Good Fight

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Monday, May 05, 2008

Senator Harry Reid talks about his path from growing up in poverty in Nevada to becoming the Senate Majority Leader. Also: Yasmina Reza, France’s most celebrated playwright. Cynthia Ozick on her latest short story collection. And, a panel of three women share their stories about the complicated issue of reproductive choice.

Tune in tomorrow, Tues. May 6th, for our latest Political Projections! We'll look into both the original and updated versions of "All the King's Men" and "The Manchurian Candidate." We invite you to watch both films and weigh in.


Cynthia Ozick, Senator Harry Reid and Yasmina Reza

Senator Harry Reid

Senator Harry Reid talks about his path from a childhood of poverty in Nevada to Senate Majority Leader. His new memoir is The Good Fight.

Event: Harry Reid will be in conversation with Jeff Greenfield
Thursday, May 8 at 8 pm
92nd Street Y
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A Year with Nicolas Sarkozy

Yasmina Reza is France’s most celebrated playwright. In 2006, she followed around Nicolas Sarkozy for a year as he campaigned for the French presidency; she writes about the experience in her new book, Dawn Dusk or Night: A Year with Nicolas Sarkozy.

Event: Yasmina Reza will be speaking and ...

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Cynthia Ozick’s New Story Collection

Cynthia Ozick’s new collection of four stories is Dictation: A Quartet.


Real-Life Stories of Reproductive Choice

Reproductive choice is one of the most complex, personal, and political issues of modern-day America. A recent essay collection, Choice, explores what it’s like to have a baby, use a sperm bank, get an abortion, be a surrogate mother, and much more. Karin Bender and Nina de Gramont are ...

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