Norm Abram, co-host of This Old House, visits the Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers workshop in Auburn, Maine. David Moser presents some of the iconic Thos. Moser furniture pieces and details the process for manufacturing a "Vita" chair. Abram and fellow host Kevin O'Connor then visit Cambridge, Massachusetts to check on the "Cambridge Project" home renovation.
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A segment of "Made in Maine" spotlighting Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers. Includes footage of the company's new woodworking facility in Auburn, Maine, interviews with Moser and select employees (including Gerry Couture and Pat Verrill), and an overview of Moser's career in the furniture industry. Produced by Maine Public Broadcasting Network.
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) (Broadcaster), Steibel, Warren (Producer), Buckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008 (Moderator), Goodman, John C. (Speaker), Du Pont, Pete (Pierre S.), 1935-2021 (Speaker), Hightower, Jim, 1943- (Speaker), Sanders, Barefoot, 1925-2008 (Speaker), Bronstein, Alvin J. (Speaker), Colson, Charles W. (Speaker), Harris, Jean, 1923-2012 (Speaker), Bright, Stephen B., 1948- (Speaker)
The full Firing Line series on crime. Part 1: "Does punishment deter crime?" and Part 2: "Is the solution to crime more punishment?" Guests are Pete du Pont, John Goodman, Jim Hightower, Judge Barefoot Sanders, and Alvin Bronstein. Part 3: "Do we need prisons at all?" and Part 4: "Realistic insights on crime and punishment." Guests are Pete du Pont, John Goodman, Charles Colson, Jean Harris, and Stephen Bright.
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) (Broadcaster), Du Pont, Pete (Pierre S.), 1935-2021 (Speaker)
Guests Pete du Pont and Don Hill (Executive Director - National Education Association Rhode Island) discuss the American education system and what major changes must be made to help students excel. Hosted by Jack Groh.
Episode #713 of TechnoPolitics. Includes discussions surrounding endangered species protections in California, news in the digitial age and information overload, and China's treatment of Hong Kong. Includes appearances by Representative Wally Herher (Republican - CA), Heather Weiner (Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund), David Shenk (Author, Data Smog), and Pete du Pont. Hosted by James (Jim) K. Glassman.
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Episode 431 of TechnoPolitics. Includes discussions about breast cancer causes, free trade and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), and flammable skirts. Guests are Ira Shapiro, Lori Wallach, Pete du Pont, Bay Buchanan, Ann Brown, Dr. Katherine Alley, and Joel Brind. Hosted by Tim White.
James C. Goodale and Pete du Pont discuss the emergence of the internet and the future of information distribution. Does the internet empower or endanger Americans and how much government oversight should there be?
A debate concerning "school choice" and vouchers. Should the United States government give parents vouchers worth a certain amount of money so the parents could choose to send their children to their desired school, public or private? For the resolution: William F. Buckley, Jr., Pete du Pont, Jimmy Mansour, and Brother Bob Smith. Against the resolution: William E. Curry, Jr., Ira Glasser, Christopher Edley, Jr., and Bob Chase.
William F. Buckley and Professor Han Sŭng-jo discuss the state of democracy in South Korea and similarities and differences between democracy in Asia and the United States. Pete du Pont is in the audience.
Episode #302. A Firing Line Debate concerning welfare in the United States. For the resolution: William F. Buckley, Jr., John Goodman, Pete du Pont, and Alan Keyes. Against: James Galbraith, Robert Kuttner, Laura Tyson, and William Curry. Produced and directed by Warren Steibel. Recorded in Dallas, Texas.
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The pros and cons of privatizing Social Security in the United States is debated. Participants include Robert Eisner, Theodore R. Marmor, Robert Kuttner, Henry J. Aaron, Pierre S. Du Pont, John C. Goodman, and Peter G. Peterson.
A Firing Line debate on the benefits of a flat tax over a proportional income tax. Guests are William F. Buckley, Jr., Pete DuPont, Jerry Brown, Dr. John Goodman, Lester Thurow, George McGovern, Robert Kuttner, and Dr. Steven Mann. Moderated by Michael E. Kinsley. Hosted by Texas Christian University.
The 1988 Republican Presidential candidates debate various subjects in Houston, Texas. Featuring Robert J. Dole, Alexander Meigs Haig, Pat Robertson, George H.W. Bush, Pete du Pont, Robert S. Strauss, and Jack Kemp. Hosted by William F. Buckley.