Charlottesville Right Now: Author Ted Rall talks government takeover with Coy

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Oct 132010
 

Author, activist, and proponent of a citizen led uprising, Ted Rall, joins Coy in studio to discuss his latest book, The Anti-American Manifesto. Rall’s other work can be found at www.rall.com

 

Charlottesville–Right Now: Professor Charles Calhoun Talks With Coy About His Latest Book

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Aug 172010
 

8.17.10- East Carolina University Professor, Charles Calhoun, joins Coy live on the program to discuss his latest book, From Bloody Shirt to Full Dinner Pail: The Transformation of Politics and Governance in the Gilded Age.


Paul Roberts on the End of Food

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Aug 092008
 

Sky-rocketing food costs, riots over prices, floods and famines. That’s the dark future predicted by Paul Roberts in his new book, The End of Food. He reviews the various pressures on food, and the many problems that technology will have to solve.

Author S. Paul Klein at the New Dominion Bookshop

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Apr 162008
 

Accidents of Time and Place by S. Paul KleinS. Paul Klein developed his talent for creating images out of words in a career as a radio performer and a filmmaker. Now he has entered the literary world with a new novel, Accidents of Time and Place.

Hector Collin, the hero of the novel, is a veteran of the Korean War and a victim of the anti-Communist hysteria of the 1950s. Accidents of Time and Place tells the story of his journey from infamy to redemption. Join Paul Klein as he reads from his novel at the New Dominion Bookshop on April 10, 2008.

Kinsey biographer addresses Jefferson Society

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Apr 142008
 

On April 11, 2008, the Jefferson Literary and Debating Society at the University of Virginia hosted Dr. James H. Jones, Professor of History at the University of Arkansas, and Author of Kinsey: A Public/Private Life and Bad Blood: The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment