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Nell Irvin Painter
Historian Nell Irvin Painter examines what history reveals about the current state of inequality in America. Does today’s economic disparity indicate a new "Gilded Age" that threatens democracy?
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Web Exclusive: Rick Karr on Government Secrecy
Are muckrakers and whistleblowers facing insurmountable odds?
Ask the Reporter and Producer
SEATTLE TIMES reporter David Heath and EXPOSÉ Producer Marc Shaffer take questions on the blog.
EXPOSÉ ON THE JOURNAL: MR HEATH GOES TO WASHINGTON
The broadcast profiles SEATTLE TIMES reporters on the trail of how members of Congress have awarded federal dollars for questionable purposes to companies in local Congressional districts—often to companies whose executives, employees or PACs have made campaign contributions to their legislators.
Sarah Chayes, author and former journalist who has been helping rebuild Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime, with a look at the front lines of America's war there.
Photographer Lori Grinker on Displaced Iraqis
Photographer Lori Grinker takes viewers to Amman, Jordan for a devastating look at the fate of Iraqis displaced by the conflict.
Bill Moyers talks with Susan Jacoby about her new book, THE AGE OF AMERICAN UNREASON.
The Debt Dilemma
Does America's $9 trillion federal debt mean we are mortgaging our future and jeopardizing individual savings, healthcare, and retirement for generations to come? Bill Moyers gets a reality check from Public Agenda's Scott Bittle and Jean Johnson, co-authors of WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?: YOUR GUIDED TOUR TO THE FEDERAL BUDGET CRISIS.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
Kathleen Hall Jamieson returns to looks at the issues underlying the horse race.
Moyers on Taxi to the Dark Side
Bill Moyers on a new documentary that explores America's debate over torture.
Power Reading II
Your suggestions on what books the incoming President needs on his or her shelf.
Rev. Samuel Rodriguez
Rev. Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, gives his perspective on the role faith is playing in this campaign season and his take on what's happening with the evangelical vote in the primaries.
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL examines the reality of waste and abuse of power in Washington with a look at the investigations being conducted by Congress's Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson -- In the Long Run 2008
Kathleen Hall Jamieson returns to evaluate a big week in the '08 campaign.
What one book should the winner take to the White House?
A Bill Moyers Essay on the Rhetoric and the Reality
Bill Moyers compares the rhetoric coming out of Washington with the reality on the ground when it comes to some major issues: the economy, the war, prospects for peace in the Middle East.
Buying the Bench?
Judicial Selection: Find Out Who's Picking Your Judges
Campaign Ad Spending: Winning the Vote
A look at another record-breaking cycle in campaign ad spending
Bill Moyers interviews John Grisham, best-selling author of THE FIRM, THE PELICAN BRIEF, and THE RAINMAKER, in a far-ranging conversation that gives viewers insight into the beliefs and background that influenced Grisham's work and provides an unexpected look at his views about the state of the nation.
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