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December 6, 2013

Weekly Show

The positive November job numbers and what it means for the U.S. economic recovery, Obama‚Äôs continued push to sell the Affordable Care Act, the impact of the ruling to allow Detroit to apply for bankruptcy, and remembering Nelson Mandela. Joining Gwen: Jackie Calmes, The New York Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; Michael Fletcher, Washington Post.

From the Vault: Remembering Mandela

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On June 26, 1990, Washington Week devoted an entire show to Nelson and Winnie Mandela's visit to the U.S. Paul Duke moderated a package on Mandela's trips to New York, Boston, and Washington D.C. where he visited President George H.W. Bush at the White House and a speech to a joint meeting of Congress.

Joining Paul Duke at the Washington Week roundtable in these two clips: John Matisson, National Public Radio;  Juan Williams, Washington Post; Julie Johnson, Time Magazine; and Steve Roberts, U.S. News & World Report.

From the Vault: Washington Week Remembers Mandela (Part Two)

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On June 26, 1990, Washington Week devoted an entire show to Nelson Mandela's visit to the U.S. since his release from Robben Island. In this second of two parts, Paul Duke moderated a package on Mandela's visits to NY, Boston, the UN, White House and Capitol Hill.

Watch part 1 of the episode here

From the Vault: Washington Week Remembers Mandela (Part One)

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On June 26, 1990, Washington Week devoted an entire show to Nelson and Winnie Mandela's visit to the U.S. In this first of two parts, Paul Duke moderated a package on Mandela's trips to New York, Boston, and Washington D.C. where he visited President George H.W. Bush at the White House and a speech to a joint meeting of Congress.

Watch part 2 of this episode here

Summer 2011 Reading List

Summer Reading List

Have you picked up your summer reading selections yet? Well check out the histories, mysteries, politics, policy and sports books that Gwen and some of our panelists are reading this summer. The list includes fiction and non-fiction, newly-released and some classic reads. Browse the list and see what the panelists are saying about their picks and maybe find something you'll enjoy.