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November 7, 2008

Viewers on What's Next?
JOURNAL viewers lay out their priorities for the next administration.
October 31, 2008

Can Washington Change?
Can the stranglehold of money on politics be broken? Bill Moyers sits down with Joan Claybrook, president of Public Citizen, and Bob Edgar, president and CEO of Common Cause, to discuss how Beltway business as usual may stand in the way of real change in Washington.
Jamieson and Loury on Making History
The Annenberg Public Policy Center's Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Brown University's Glenn Loury on the final days of a historic election cycle.
Moyers on the Vote
A Bill Moyers essay on the importance of the vote.
The Economy: Voices from the Moyers on 2008 Map
View a photos essay of voices on the economy drawn from our Moyers on 2008 map.
Update: Afganistan, the Forgotten Front
Checking in on the situation in Afghanistan.
October 24, 2008

Bill Moyers on Non-election News
A Bill Moyers essay.
James K. Galbraith
Bill Moyers sits down to talk about the economic future with with James K. Galbraith, Lloyd Bentsen, Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. Galbraith is the author of six books, the most recent, THE PREDATOR STATE: HOW CONSERVATIVES ABANDONED THE FREE MARKET AND WHY LIBERALS SHOULD TOO.
Playing for Change
Bill Moyers talks with Mark Johnson, the producer of a remarkable documentary about the simple but transformative power of music.
October 17, 2008

Mark Crispin Miller on Voter Protection
Bill Moyers sits down with Mark Crispin Miller, professor of Media, Culture and Communication at NYU, who has been following voter fraud allegations in his blog News from the Underground. An expert on propaganda and media, Miller's book LOSER TAKES ALL is an anthology of writings covering election fraud.
Michael Zweig on The Downturn and Working Americans
Michael Zweig joins Bill Moyers on the JOURNAL to shift the focus from Wall Street to the people who will be most hurt by a protracted recession, everyday workers.
Roberto Lovato and Linda Chavez
Roberto Lovato and Linda Chavez on politics two weeks before the election.
October 10, 2008

American Dream in Danger?
Is the American Dream in danger during our financial downturn? Or is the American Dream now about something new? Our guests and our viewers speak out.
George Soros
Bill Moyers talks with one of the world's most successful investors George Soros about the global capital meltdown, how he saw it coming, and what can be done now.
Going Negative, Campaign 2008
Bill Moyers checks in with JOURNAL contributor and director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center Kathleen Hall Jamieson on how dirty politics will play out in this final stretch to the election.
Iraq War Resolution, Six Years Later
In this web exclusive essay, on the sixth anniversary of the congressional vote to grant President George W. Bush the power to invade Iraq, Bill Moyers looks back to October 2002 and the Senate debate over the rush to war.
Topic(s): Congress, Iraq, politics, war
October 3, 2008

Emma Coleman Jordan
Georgetown University's legal and finance scholar Emma Coleman Jordan looks behind the headlines, and the politics, of the Wall Street bailout debate on the Hill and on Main Street.
Red, White and Blue Media
The JOURNAL takes an in-depth look at the news of the week to sort out the media-frenzied hype from the facts the public needs to know.'s Kathleen Hall Jamieson and ON THE MEDIA's Brooke Gladstone dissect the campaign coverage.
Voter Essentials
Find out how you can make sure that you're voting-reading for the November election.
Topic(s): election, politics
September 26, 2008

Andrew J. Bacevich
Is an imperial presidency destroying what America stands for? Bill Moyers sits down with history and international relations expert and former US Army Colonel Andrew J. Bacevich who identifies three major problems facing our democracy: the crises of economy, government and militarism, and calls for a redefinition of the American way of life
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