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Scout Dialogue: Writers Collection

Joanne Freeman: Sun Valley Writers' Conference

Special | 28m 46s

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Marcia Franklin talks with Yale Professor of History Joanne Freeman about her book, "The Field of Blood." In it, Freeman illustrates how the U.S. Congress leading up to the Civil War was a more violent body than previously thought. Freeman also discusses her next book, “Hunting for Hamilton,” and the value of studying history. The conversation was taped at the 2019 Sun Valley Writers' Conference.

Aired: 11/08/19 | Rating: TV-G

Major Funding by the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation. Additional Funding by the Friends of Idaho Public Television, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Idaho Public Television Endowment.

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