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  • Richard Wolff on Raising the U.S. Minimum Wage

    Economist Richard Wolff says a minimum wage increase would not only help low-wage workers, but also lift the overall economy. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 21, 2013
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    Richard Wolff on Raising the U.S. Minimum Wage
  • Barbara Ehrenreich on Low-Wage Living
    Bill Moyers Journal (2007-2010)

    In this 2007 Moyers Moment, the activist and writer describes how hard it is to survive when you’re a low-wage worker in America. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 20, 2013
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    Barbara Ehrenreich on Low-Wage Living
  • Preview: Taming Capitalism Run Wild

    On this week’s show, Richard Wolff and Saru Jayaraman talk about fighting against rampant capitalism, and for economic justice. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 20, 2013
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    Preview: Taming Capitalism Run Wild
  • “Behind the Kitchen Door” Author Encourages Diners to Speak Out

    Activist and author Saru Jayaraman urges Americans to support better pay and working conditions for waiters and kitchen staff in restaurants. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 20, 2013
    In this photo taken Oct. 18, 2011, Andrew McLeod, a student from the Colors Hospitality Opportunities Workers (CHOW) Institute, pours a lemon-caper sauce on a plate of monk fish and carrots as he works in the kitchen learning culinary arts skills at Colors Restaurant in New York. The restaurant-cooperative was founded by workers from the Windows of the World Restaurant, located in the World Trade Center, who survived the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
    “Behind the Kitchen Door” Author Encourages Diners to Speak Out
  • Mass Incarceration and the New Jim Crow

    In the latest installment of his excellent New York Times series, Time and Punishment, John Tierney writes that mass incarceration trends of the past 30 years may have done more to harm crime-ridden communities and their residents than help them. … Continue reading

    Posted: February 19, 2013
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    Mass Incarceration and the New Jim Crow
  • Web Extra: Goodnight Democracy

    Follow the story of how big money bought our democracy, children’s-book style, courtesy of Rootstrikers and us. Continue reading

    Posted: February 15, 2013
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    Web Extra: Goodnight Democracy
  • Bill Moyers Essay: As the SEC Door Revolves

    Mary Jo White’s appointment illustrates a takeover of government regulatory agencies by the very corporations they’re supposed to keep an eye on. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 15, 2013
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    Bill Moyers Essay: As the SEC Door Revolves
  • Full Show: The Fight to Keep Democracy Alive
    Moyers & Company

    Exploring the virus of money in our politics, and how we need to combat it. Continue reading

    Posted: February 15, 2013
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    Full Show: The Fight to Keep Democracy Alive
  • Martín Espada on the Power Behind Poetry

    Poet Martín Espada talks about the sacrifices artists sometimes need to make, and what drives him to both poetry and activism.
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    Air Date: February 15, 2013
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    Martín Espada on the Power Behind Poetry
  • Dan Cantor and Jonathan Soros on Saving Democracy from Big Money

    Dan Cantor and Jonathan Soros join Bill to explore the virus of money in our politics, and what we need to do to combat it. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 15, 2013
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    Dan Cantor and Jonathan Soros on Saving Democracy from Big Money
  • Bill Moyers Essay: Democracy for Dollars

    Bill spotlights Congressional leaders whose connections to deep-pocketed backers raise important questions about who’s really running our government. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 15, 2013
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    Bill Moyers Essay: Democracy for Dollars
  • Why the Sierra Club Broke Tradition to Protest the Keystone Pipeline

    Our cameras were there when 48 protesters, including the Sierra Club’s Michael Brune, were arrested outside the White House. Continue reading

    Posted: February 14, 2013
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    Why the Sierra Club Broke Tradition to Protest the Keystone Pipeline
  • Preview: The Fight to Keep Democracy Alive

    Dan Cantor and Jonathan Soros join Bill to explore the virus of money in our politics, and how we need to combat it. Continue reading

    Posted: February 14, 2013
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    Preview: The Fight to Keep Democracy Alive
  • How Atrocities Haunt Our Soldiers

    In this web extra, Nick Turse tells Bill how the violence asked of soldiers affects their mental health when they leave the military. Continue reading

    Posted: February 11, 2013
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    How Atrocities Haunt Our Soldiers
  • Nick Turse Describes the Real Vietnam War

    Journalist Nick Turse describes his unprecedented efforts to compile a complete and compelling account of the Vietnam War’s horror. Continue reading

    Air Date: February 8, 2013
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    Nick Turse Describes the Real Vietnam War
  • Oliver Stone on Coming to Terms with Vietnam

    In a 2009 Moyers Moment, the filmmaker describes coping with how the Vietnam War desensitized him to killing. Continue reading

    Posted: February 8, 2013
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    Oliver Stone on Coming to Terms with Vietnam
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