An inside look at the issues and crises that tore the country apart and how President Lyndon B. Johnson navigated what was, till now, the most tumultuous year in modern American history.
Fifty years ago today, in 1967, nearly 100,000 Americans marched on Washington, DC, to protest the Vietnam War. In those days there was a mandatory draft in place, and the risk was very real that a young man just out of high school could quickly wind up 13,000 miles away, fighting an unseen enemy in Read More
Ed Curtin honors the extraordinary life of his friend, anti-war activist Daniel Berrigan, a deeply courageous man who was also magical, and full of surprises.
What’s better than Daniel Ellsberg? Peter Dale Scott paying tribute to him.
In honor of Memorial Day, we present works of art depicting scenes from various American wars of the last two centuries.
We don’t usually post material from the cable talk channels. But this is one for the ages. Everyone must watch.