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The National Churchill Library and Center (NCLC) held its first program of the fall with a virtual panel discussing the current state of the Anglo-American “special relationship.” Program Director Justin Reash moderated a debate between author Ian Buruma, Professor Richard Aldous, and Professor Dane Kennedy. Click here to view a recording of the panel.

The NCLC will be hosting a virtual discussion on “Learning from Charlottesville: A Conversation on American Democracy in Crisis and the New Book Cry Havoc with author Mike Signer, Georgetown University Professor Rosa Brooks, and George Washington University Research Fellow Jon Lewis. The event will be held on Friday, October 29, at 7:00pm EDT. Please click HERE to register



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