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Mar. 25, 2009: James Carroll's Practicing Catholic

Mar. 25, 2009: James Carroll's Practicing Catholic

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Emily Rooney sits down with Boston Globe columnist and former priest James Carroll. Carroll discusses his new book, Practicing Catholic, which examines the history and transformation of the Catholic church.

Mar. 18, 2009: Michael Avery's We Dissent

Mar. 18, 2009: Michael Avery's We Dissent

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Emily Rooney sits down with Michael Avery, editor of We Dissent. The book is a collection of eight essays that take dissenting views on Supreme Court rulings that the authors claim undermined civil liberties.

Mar. 3, 2009: Blake Bailey's Cheever

Mar. 3, 2009: Blake Bailey's Cheever

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Jared Bowen speaks with author Blake Bailey about his new biography of Pulitzer-winning writer John Cheever, Cheever: A Life.

March 9, 2009: Jeff Jarvis' What Would Google Do?

March 9, 2009: Jeff Jarvis' What Would Google Do?

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Kara Miller of MetroWest Daily News speaks with blog pioneer Jeff Jarvis about the success of the search engine Google. In his new book, What Would Google Do?, Jarvis outlines 40 rules for individuals, businesses and governments to build their own successes using the Google model.

Feb. 24, 2009: Suzanne Bates' Motivate Like a CEO

Feb. 24, 2009: Suzanne Bates' Motivate Like a CEO

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Emily Rooney talks with former television anchor Suzanne Bates about how executives and managers can motivate their staff effectively. Bates is the author of Motivate Like a CEO: Communicate Your Strategic Vision and Inspire People to Act!

Feb. 11, 2009: Dr. Ronald Green's Babies by Design

Feb. 11, 2009: Dr. Ronald Green's Babies by Design

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Emily Rooney talks with Dartmouth College professor Ronald Green about genetic engineering for infants. In his new book, Babies by Design, Green says that parents will (and should) consider genetic modification for their children to enhance their lives.

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