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Professor and acclaimed author Jonathan Schell joins Diane to talk about his new book, 12 years in the writing, in which he argues that the 20th century ushered in an era of peaceful methods of enacting change that will eventually make war obsolete.
- Jonathan Schell a senior visiting lecturer in international studies at Yale University and author of "The Unconquerable World" and the "Fate of the Earth," among other titles.
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