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The Code Breaker by Walter Isaacson – a must-read on the biggest scientific story of our time. (Gerald Malone on Reaction Weekend @reactionlife )

...Kasie Hunt, Walter Isaacson, Anita Dunn, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, David Plouffe, Rev. Al Sharpton, Randall Lane, Daniela Pierre-Bravo

Walter Isaacson on Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing and the Future of the Human Race (online) - Intelligence Squared been so looking forward to this

Walter Isaacson’s new book celebrates three notable women.

Walter Isaacson, historian and author of The Code Breaker, shares how Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Jennifer Doudna was first introduced to science during a Talks at GS:

Late in life, Benjamin Franklin threw himself into doing whatever he could to help abolish slavery. The reason? To make up for his past mistakes. It's why renowned author Walter Isaacson believes his name should stay on Orleans school facilities. MORE:

But I haven't dropped everything to cover CRISPR and the technological and ethical and economic quandaries (and opportunities!) it poses. But Walter Isaacson did. So I got to ask him all my questions:

Walter Isaacson’s new book celebrates three notable women.

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Author JK Rowling, biographer Walter Isaacson, and psychiatrist Carl Jung all made it a point to cultivate periods of deep silence.

Walter Isaacson: "What we have lost is the sense that we are one nation, all in this together. Donald Trump is the first president in our history who has sought to divide us rather than unite us. We will heal once he leaves, but the scar will endure."

Author JK Rowling, biographer Walter Isaacson, and psychiatrist Carl Jung all made it a point to cultivate periods of deep silence.

"You have to look at a Bill Barr and say: is he now trying to save some shred of dignity or is he just giving cover to the president?" – Professor Walter Isaacson on AG Barr

Author JK Rowling, biographer Walter Isaacson, and psychiatrist Carl Jung all made it a point to cultivate periods of deep silence.

Walter Isaacson, professor of history at Tulane University, compares getting close to Pres. Trump to sucking up to a skunk: "You're going to end up smelling real bad."

Walter Isaacson: "Mitt Romney is everything Donald Trump isn't. He's deeply moral, a very kind person, somebody with a sense of civic duty and responsibility."

Walter Isaacson: "Mitt Romney is everything Donald Trump isn't. He's deeply moral, a very kind person, somebody with a sense of civic duty and responsibility."

Walter Isaacson: "Mitt Romney is everything Donald Trump isn't. He's deeply moral, a very kind person, somebody with a sense of civic duty and responsibility."

WATCH: Walter Isaacson, Bob Woodward and discuss how President Trump appears to have the world view that for him to win, others must lose.

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