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Our world is rapidly changing in every level of society. Dr. Pippa Malmgren is an expert who meets these challenges head on every day. She is a former White House advisor and now advisor to the British Government. In her book, The Leadership Lab with co-author Chris Lewis, Dr. Malmgren explains what we must do to make a difference and build an empathic, stable and strong future.

Dr. Stewart is an acclaimed philosopher and bestselling author. His Book, Nature's God is about the philosophical beliefs of our founding fathers and the origins of the American Republic.

Ed Asner is the most honored actor in the history of television. He has won seven Emmy awards and over 15 nominations, along with his five Golden Globes. This legendary actor, known for his portrayal of Lou Grant in the Mary Tyler More show and then in his own series, discusses what it's like to age in the world of Hollywood.

Professor Edward Larson is a Pulitzer Prize winning historian. He knew that there was a library full of books about George Washington but, as a scholar at Mt. Vernon, he realized something was missing. He knew that a very important part of Washington's life, the years between his retirement from the military and his presidency, was unknown to many. With his book, The Return of George Washington, Dr. Larson gives us a landmark work that will forever change our understanding and appreciation for the Father of our Country.

When you have played one of the most iconic roles in the history of daytime television for nearly 40 years you and your character have an effect on millions of viewers every day. What you do with that privilege? Eric Braeden, known world-wide as Victor Newman on the Young and the Restless, realizes that responsibility. With his memoir, I'll Be Damned, we learn about a man who is committed to making the world a more loving place.

Erica Jong wrote the ground breaking, bestselling book, Fear of Flying that many attribute to giving a new perspective of women's lives. Now, four decades later her latest novel, Fear of Dying, gives us another new perspective of what it takes to be human and female in the twenty-first century.

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