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Did you miss one of New-York Historical's recent public programs? Recordings of select programs are available here as streaming audio.

Podcasts of select programs are also available on New-York Historical’s iTunes U library. These files can easily be downloaded and played on any Mac, PC or portable device and even burned to a CD.

May 2015
Audio
Infamy: The Shocking Story of the Japanese-American Internment in WWII
May 18th, 2015
Richard Reeves, Lesley Stahl (moderator)

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In 1942, more than 120,000 Japanese Americans were interned for the remainder of WWII. Historian Richard Reeves provides insight into this painful chapter in American history.

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May 2015
Audio
The Heart Mountain Draft Resisters: A Trial Reenactment
May 16th, 2015
Denny Chin, Asian American Bar Association of New York

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Experts reenact and discuss the legal proceedings that followed when interned Japanese Americans resisted the draft in WWII America.

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May 2015
Audio
The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution, 1783-1789
May 14th, 2015
Joseph J. Ellis, Stacy Schiff (moderator)

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Prizewinning author Joseph J. Ellis explains how Washington, Hamilton, Jay, and Madison helped orchestrate the complex political process that ultimately resulted in the Constitutional Convention and the Bill of Rights.

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April 2015
Audio
Leaders in War: Margaret Thatcher
April 30th, 2015
Andrew Roberts

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Andrew Roberts, who knew Lady Thatcher well, explores the secrets and leadership style of the first female prime minister of Great Britain.

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April 2015
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The Return of George Washington: 1783-1789
April 28th, 2015
Edward J. Larson

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Historian Edward J. Larson explores how George Washington reluctantly came to preside over the Constitutional Convention, mediate the fractious states, and, as a result, help secure our republic’s future.

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