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Chapter 1 | Emma Goldman
Watch Chapter 1 of Emma Goldman.
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Trailer | Emma Goldman
For nearly half a century, Emma Goldman was the most controversial woman in America.
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Guy Tozzoli, President of the World Trade Center Association
An interview with the President of the World Trade Center Association, Guy Tozzoli.
Clip: S16 | 11m 7s
Leslie Robertson, Engineer
Engineer Leslie Robertson discusses architectural aspects of the World Trade Center.
Clip: S16 | 10m 57s
Camilo Jose Vergara, Photographer
Photographer Camilo Jose Vergara discusses the visual impact of the World Trade Center.
Clip: S16 | 8m
Philippe Petit, High Wire Artist
High wire artist Philippe Petit discusses his walk between the Twin Towers.
Clip: S16 | 6m 27s
William Langewiesche, Journalist
Journalist William Langewiesche tells the story of one 9/11 survivor.
Clip: S16 | 4m 47s
Ada Louise Huxtable, Architecture Critic
Architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable discusses the options for building at Ground Zero.
Clip: S16 | 4m 21s
World Trade Center Construction Footage
This film (1983) features original footage of the towers under construction.
Clip: S16 | 18m 3s
Mike Wallace, Historian
Mike Wallace discusses the implications of a World Trade Center in New York City.
Clip: S16 | 7m 47s
Pete Hamill, Writer
Writer Pete Hamill talks about New York before, during, and after construction of the WTC.
Clip: S16 | 14m 3s
Niall Ferguson, Historian
Historian Niall Ferguson talks about globalization and 9/11.
Clip: S16 | 8m 19s
Ed Koch, New York City Mayor, 1978-1989
Three-term mayor of New York City Ed Koch describes a moment on September 11, 2002.
Clip: S16 | 5m 1s
Mario M. Cuomo, New York Governor 1983-1994
An interview with former New York governor Mario Cuomo.
Clip: S16 | 3m 47s
Carol Willis, Architectural Historian
An interview with architectural historian Carol Willis for New York: Center of the World.
Clip: S16 | 6m 57s
Golden Gate Bridge: Doing the Math
Ellis computed dozens of factors and completed the bridge's overall design in four months.
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Spinning the Cables
The most impressive innovation was the technique used to construct the bridge's cables.
Clip: S16 | 2m 54s
Beginning Construction on the Golden Gate Bridge
Construction began in January 1933. Workers excavated 3 1/4 million cubic feet of dirt.
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The Towers of Golden Gate Bridge
The towers of the Golden Gate Bridge rise 745 feet into the air.
Clip: S16 | 2m 38s
Building a Bridge in the Ocean
The south tower of the Golden Gate Bridge was built over a thousand feet into open ocean.
Clip: S16 | 57s
The Bridge's Design and Color
Joseph Strauss hired Irving Morrow to design an architectural treatment for the bridge.
Clip: S16 | 59s
A New Generation of Radicals
American Anarchists in the 1880s were a small but powerful movement.
Clip: S16 | 1m 8s
Emma Goldman: A Modern Joan of Arc
Emma Goldman captivated and polarized the American public for nearly thirty years.
Clip: S16 | 1m 2s
A Bloody Labor Battle
In June 1892, workers at the Andrew Carnegie-owned steel plant went on strike.
Clip: S16 | 1m 28s
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