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June 8, 2007

Payday for CEOs
Overpaid Airline Execs? While high-flying executives from the nation's top airlines get big compensation, workers and retirees are seeing cuts.
Topic(s): economy, employment
June 1, 2007

Bill Moyers Asks...
In his interview with former Senator, Bob Kerrey, Bill Moyers asks: I think just about everybody I know, including critics of the President, critics of the war, acknowledge that a unilateral withdrawal would lead to more murder, more mayhem. But how many lives should we expend? How many lives should we sacrifice to reach a state of equilibrium? If you were in Kerrey's seat, how would you answer this question?
Topic(s): blog, Iraq
Bob Kerrey
Former Democratic senator Bob Kerrey is making his case for a refocused mission in Iraq. The 9/11 Commission member and Vietnam war veteran tells Bill Moyers why having US military forces in Iraq is necessary in fighting terrorism, but calls for a bipartisan plan to end US policing and occupation in the war torn nation
Topic(s): Congress, Iraq
Cleaning House: Congressional Ethics
With Democrats in charge in DC the JOURNAL asks what's the state of the ethical reforms under consideration in Congress
Listening to History
Bill Moyers reflects on a taped conversation from 1964 between LBJ and his National Security Adviser McGeorge Bundy.
Public Citizen's Joan Claybrook
Joan Claybrook on ethics reform bills in Congress.
May 28, 2007

D-Day Revisited
D-Day Vets. This special edition of Bill Moyers Journal features D-Day veterans in the poignant D-Day Revisited, which explores the sometimes painful memories of their wartime experiences.
May 25, 2007

Maxine Hong Kingston
Bill Moyers sits down with Chinese-American author Maxine Hong Kingston to discuss poetry, war and the transformative power of stories.
Topic(s): culture, poetry, veterans
Veterans of War: Veterans of Peace
Read excerpts of writings collected from Maxine Hong Kingston's workshops with veterans and their families. On this page, Sea Salt by Sandy Scull.
Veterans of War: Veterans of Peace: Mrs. Martinez by Sandy Scull
Read excerpts of writings collected from Maxine Hong Kingston's workshops with veterans and their families in the book VETERANS OF WAR, VETERANS OF PEACE.
Veterans of War: Veterans of Peace: Poem for Tet
Read excerpts of writings collected from Maxine Hong Kingston's workshops with veterans and their families in the book VETERANS OF WAR, VETERANS OF PEACE.
Veterans of War: Veterans of Peace: Shattered Dream
Read excerpts of writings collected from Maxine Hong Kingston's workshops with veterans and their families in the book VETERANS OF WAR, VETERANS OF PEACE.
Veterans of War: Veterans of Peace: The Body Escort
Read excerpts of writings collected from Maxine Hong Kingston's workshops with veterans and their families in the book VETERANS OF WAR, VETERANS OF PEACE.
Veterans Resources
Learn about how to contribute to a national veterans archive project, view information about veterans' benefits, rights and programs in your area, and visit veteran-related program pages from other PBS shows.
May 21, 2007

Tolerance and Democracy
Blog discussion of guest Bruce Bawer's thoughts on whether democracies ever be too tolerant of other cultures and their beliefs?
May 18, 2007

Bruce Bawer
Author, Bruce Bawer, on escaping Christian fundamentalism in the United States only to be confronted by Islamic Extremism in Europe.
John R. MacArthur on trade deals
Bill Moyers talks with author, John R. MacArthur about recent trade talks in Congress.
Topic(s): economy, trade
Melissa Harris-Lacewell
Princeton's Melissa Harris-Lacewell on the trouble America has talking about race.
Topic(s): culture, politics, race
Poll: Free Trade
Blog discussion of the effect of trade deals on the U.S.
Topic(s): blog, economy, government
Postal SOS
Bill Moyers talks about postal rates and the future of independent magazines
Topic(s): government, media
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