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February 25, 2014 | Moyers & Company

Have America’s liberals hoisted the white flag of surrender? A provocative conversation with political observer Adolph Reed Jr. Share your thoughts in the comments. Continue reading

Photographer: Dale Robbins
January 22, 2013 | Moyers Moments

In this Moyers Moment from 2012, the social psychologist describes the general moral leanings of liberals and conservatives. Continue reading

January 10, 2013 | Blog
If an asteroid were headed for Earth, we'd all band together and figure out how to stop it, just like in the movies, right?
September 7, 2012 | Moyers Moments

Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-described Scandinavian-style Socialist, says the President’s record proves he’s not one. Continue reading

June 1, 2012 | Moyers & Company

Bill talks with social psychologist Jonathan Haidt about the moral underpinnings of our contentious culture. Continue reading

May 29, 2012

See how the provocative moral psychologist answered viewer questions about the moral differences between liberals and conservatives. Continue reading

April 20, 2012

Writer Eric Alterman argues that liberals have overpromised, underperformed, and need to regain their “fighting spirit”. Continue reading

April 20, 2012 | Moyers & Company

Two popular political writers share how American liberalism and Christianity have gone off the rails — and the implications for American democracy. Continue reading

President Barack Obama pauses as he delivers his State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington. January 2010. (AP/Tim Sloan, Pool)
April 19, 2012 | Moyers Moments

In this clip from April 2012, Bill Moyers asks Eric Alterman to rank President Obama as a liberal. Continue reading

Engraving of the Four Freedoms at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, D.C. Photo: WikiCommons
February 17, 2012 | Q&A

Linguist Geoffrey Nunberg reveals the subtext behind words like “job creators” and “one percent”. Continue reading

February 3, 2012

“Can we all get along?” That appeal was made famous on May 1, 1992, by Rodney King, a black man who had been beaten nearly to death by four Los Angeles police officers a year earlier. The entire nation had … Continue reading