In Toni Morrison's 'Home,' Soldier Fights War, Racism
Clip: 05/29/2012 | 10m 13s
In her new novel "Home," author Toni Morrison tells the story of a soldier, Frank Money, who joins the Army -- absorbing the atrocities of war -- and then returns home after his service in the Korean War only to be greeted with both the institutional and casual realities of daily prejudice. Morrison speaks with Jeffrey Brown.
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