On the October 20th episode of Andrea Mitchell Reports, scholar, law professor and author Charles Ogletree appeared. His most recent book is an examination of the arrest of his Harvard colleague Henry Louis Gates and what that says about law, policing and how race and class enter into it.
On the October 18th episode of Andrea Mitchell Reports, White House correspondent for The Washington Post – Anne Kornblut appeared to discuss the effect of women voters on the 2010 elections. Her new book is about the “glass ceiling” of women being elected President of the USA and what she feels it will take to get a woman elected to the office.
On the October 5th episode of Andrea Mitchell Reports, actress and activist Marlo Thomas appeared to discuss her new book. It is part memoir of her personal experiences growing up in show business, but also a look at the larger world of comedy, the people who bring us the funny and why we need it so much.
On the September 28 episode of Andrea Mitchell Reports, long-time NBC News correspondent Martin Fletcher appeared to talk about the prospect of peace in the Middle East. His new book is his story of walking the entire coastline of Israel and what that taught him about the country, its inhabitants and himself.
On the September 7th episode of Andrea Mitchell Reports, financial reporter Ron Insana appeared with Sheryl Gay Stolberg to discuss polls that show the majority of Americans think the country is in decline. His newest book is financial advice for how to make investment decisions in a down economy that will be profitable overall in the long run.
On the September 7 episode of Andrea Mitchell Reports, human rights activist John Prendergast appeared to talk about his initiative to end genocide and crimes against humanity in the Sudan. His most recent book was written with actor Don Cheadle and is a book length examination of how to combat genocide, rape, and child soldierdom in Africa, and how people can be a part of this movement.
On the July 7th episode of Andre Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, a panel was convened with Walter Isaacson and Jeffrey Goldberg to discuss progress in the Middle East peace process. Isaacson is an author, biographer and the CEO of the Aspen Institute. His newest book is a collection of essays about lessons to be learned from the lives of notable people and the experiences of the Gulf Coast region in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
On the June 24th episode of Andre Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, Bob Herbert from the New York Times appeared to discuss whether the strategy to bring U.S. troops home from Afghanistan by 2011 is still feasible. His newest book is a collection of essays addressing what he feels is an erosion of the basic rights and values America stands for.