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August 31, 2007

Respecting the Dignity of Labor
Talk about economic and employment issues on the blog.
August 24, 2007

Bill Moyers Clip File
Bill Moyers examines underreported stories about the Iraq war.
FCC Commissioner Michael Copps on Media's Future
Bill Moyers talks with FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps about the state of media consolidation and net neutrality.
Katrina Hero
A look back at how low-power radio helped to save lives after Hurricane Katrina.
Low-Power Radio
LPFM activist Hannah Sassaman and media journalist Rick Karr discuss the current battle to protect and bolster low-power FM radio.
Poll:Net Freedom or Net Limitation
Do you think limiting competition for the Internet could have a negative effect on the expansion of new web technologies?
Rick Karr on Low-Power Radio
Correspondent Rick Karr gives an update on WQRZ's Brice Phillips.
Topic(s): blog, Katrina, media
August 17, 2007

Katrina Revisited: Melissa Harris-Lacewell and Mike Tidwell
Professor Melissa Harris Lacewell and environmental activist Mike Tidwell discuss what we've learned and what we still haven't learned from the Katrina disaster.
Martin E. Marty
Bill Moyers talks with historian Martin E. Marty about his recent book, THE MYSTERY OF THE CHILD.
The Disappearing Delta: Losing Ground
Five years ago NOW WITH BILL MOYERS broadcast a two-part look at the disappearance of the Mississippi River delta. Part one, "Losing Ground," focused on the yearly loss of barrier wetlands from the Louisiana coast and the dire effects that could have on New Orleans and the coast
The Rove Legacy
A Bill Moyers essay on Karl Rove:s legacy
August 10, 2007

Tough Talk on Impeachment
Back by popular demand, BILL MOYERS JOURNAL explores the talk of impeachment with Constitutional scholar Bruce Fein, who wrote the first article of impeachment against President Bill Clinton, and THE NATION's John Nichols, author of THE GENIUS OF IMPEACHMENT.
August 3, 2007

A New American Dream?
Viewers comment on the past and future of The American Dream.
Barbara Ehrenreich
Bill Moyers talks with author Barbara Ehrenreich about inequality in America.
Cultural Amnesia: Who would you remember?
Viewers comment on" Which individual, for good or ill, do you believe is most important for generations to come to understand and learn from? And why?
Cultural Critic Clive James
Bill Moyers interviews culture critic Clive James, whose latest book CULTURAL AMNESIA comes after more than 40 years observing and commenting on arts, literature, culture, and politics.
Nickel and Dimed
Barbara Ehrenreich is featured in this musical excerpt from The American Ruling Class, a "dramatic-documentary-musical" starring HARPER'S MAGAZINE editor emeritus Lewis Lapham.
July 27, 2007

Al Qaeda and Iraq
Who exactly is the enemy in Iraq and how does al Qaeda fit in? Bill Moyers talks with West Point Instructor, Brian Fishman, and Middle Eastern and International Affairs Professor Fawaz Gerges, discussing the growing power of al Qaeda and its connections to the war in Iraq.
Earmark Reform?
With corruption on the minds of many voters in the 2006 midterm elections, has the new Congress made real strides in curbing the abuse of earmarks?
Moyers on Sacrifice
Bill Moyers reflects upon sacrifice, democracy and war.
Topic(s): Iraq, veterans, war, youth
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Bill Moyers sat down with Archbishop Tutu in 1999 to discuss his chairmanship of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

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