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Fri Mar 21 17:02:33 2014 UTClccn-no20091581510.00Axelrod, David : Feb. 22, 1955 : White House senior adviser, political consultant0.141.00Restoring justice: the legacy of Edward Levi101480313David_Axelrodno20091581518261186lccn-no2009158118Coleman, Korvalccn-no2006016410Provenza, Paullccn-n99021345Pierce, Charles P.(Charles Patrick)1953-lccn-no96031399Mobylccn-n50003822Nimoy, Leonardlccn-n2004028053Rocca, Molccn-no97054081Carey, Drewlccn-n97093996Deen, Paula H.1947-lccn-no00092467Curtin, Janelccn-no92005724Harris, Neil Patrick1973-Axelrod, David1955-HistoryBiographyAmerican wit and humorUnited StatesRadio quiz showsRadio programsNational Public Radio (U.S.)Wait, wait-- don't tell me! (Radio program)Radio scriptsCosmologySpace telescopesHubble Space Telescope (Spacecraft)Hale, George Ellery,AstronomySpace rescue operationsTelescopesCalifornia--Mount PalomarAstronomical observatoriesOrbiting astronomical observatoriesGalilei, Galileo,Telescopes--Design and constructionMount Wilson and Palomar ObservatoriesDiscoveries in scienceSpace vehicles--Optical equipmentCopernicus, Nicolaus,Reflecting telescopesSpace photographyRoosevelt UniversityClinton, Bill,IllinoisStevenson, Adlai E.--(Adlai Ewing),Governors--ElectionBetter Government Association (Ill.)LawUniversity of ChicagoArchitecture--Conservation and restorationOral traditionDaley, Richard M.--(Richard Michael),Levi, Edward H.--(Edward Hirsch),Percy, Charles H.,Stone, OliverHaverford CollegeUnited States.--Attorney-GeneralChicago Symphony OrchestraObama, BarackLawyersOgilvie, Richard BNixon, Richard M.--(Richard Milhous),Reagan, Ronald1955200820092011201323066791.446PN1991.8.Q581291ocn320196703rcrd20090.12Wait, wait-- don't tell me!Celebrity guests are put on the spot in the "Not My Job" segment of the NPR/Chicago Public Radio show Wait, wait-- don't tell me!, a news quiz show in which guests answer questions on a topic totally outside their area of expertise+-+9143233406721ocn758400575visu20110.19StargazingHistory400 years of the telescope: "The film features interviews with leading astrophysicists and cosmologists from the world's renowned universities and observatories, who explain concepts ranging from Galileo's act of revealing the cosmos with a simple telescope, to the latest discoveries in space, including startling new ideas about life on other planets and dark energy - a mysterious vacuum energy that is accelerating the expansion of the universe."--Container261ocn472425834rcrd20090.12Wait, wait-- don't tell me! famous people who returned our calls: celebrity highlights from the oddly informative news quizCelebrity guests are put on the spot in the "Not My Job" segment of the NPR/Chicago Public Radio show Wait, wait-- don't tell me!, a news quiz show in which guests answer questions on a topic totally outside their area of expertise+-+973309061611ocn856162949com20131.00Holder, Eric HRestoring justice: the legacy of Edward LeviBiography"When President Gerald Ford nominated Edward Levi to be the Attorney General, Levi took over an office that had been marred by the corruption of the Watergate scandal. Levi's efforts to bring transparency, independence and integrity back to the Justice Department restored public confidence at a pivotal stage in U.S. history. To mark the publication of the new book, "Restoring Justice: The Speeches of Attorney General Edward H. Levi" by Jack Fuller, a distinguished panel joins us to discuss his impact on the office and its evolution. Formal remarks by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder are followed by a panel discussion that included John Ashcroft, '67, former U.S. Attorney General, former U.S. Senator (R-MO), Jack Fuller, author of "Restoring Justice: The Speeches of Attorney General Edward Levi" and former special assistant, U.S. Department of Justice, 1975-76, and Geoffrey Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago Law School. IOP Director David Axelrod and Law School Dean Michael Schill provided introductory remarks."--Law School faculty podcast page11ocn779543371rcrd2008Krone, Philip SAn interview with Phil KroneInterviewsOral historiesAn interview of Phil Krone conducted by Ted Hild and Bill Wheeler for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library11ocn514263464art2009Axelrod, David : Feb. 22, 1955 : White House senior adviser, political consultant+-+9143233406+-+9143233406Fri Mar 21 15:26:36 EDT 2014batch7749