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Coronavirus Denial Syndrome
The Pandemic Worsens, Dr. Atlas Shrugs
Kamala Harris Makes History
Moyers on Democracy
The Honest Broker
September 2, 2020
Our society prizes the detached, even-handed journalist. In Trump’s America, the job is more difficult, complicated, and imperiled than ever
Letters From an American
Where to Start?
August 30, 2020
Heather Cox Richardson
The pandemic, street protests, Russian meddling, election security?
Rethinking Higher Education in a Time of Tyranny
October 10, 2017
What kind of democracy is possible when the institutions that are crucial to a vibrant civil society are vanishing?
Pro-Russian Bots Take Up the Right-Wing Cause
August 24, 2017
Analysts tracking Russian influence operations find a feedback loop between Kremlin propaganda and far-right memes.
Roger Ailes: The Man Who Destroyed Objectivity
May 23, 2017
The founder of the right-wing network inflicted harm on the body politic that may be impossible to heal.
The Science of Science Communication
April 28, 2017
A communications expert says we need to change the conversation on climate change to get through to those who are doubtful.
George Orwell and the Power of a Well-Placed Lie
January 25, 2017
Hitler was the first to describe the technique of telling a lie so often that people believed it. He called it the “Big Lie.”
Lessons From Vietnam on Inauguration Day
January 20, 2017
Resistance doesn’t mean just standing strong; it means doing so without rushing, and without faltering.
The First Iraq War Was Also Based on a Pack of Lies
June 27, 2014
As the US once again contemplates military action in Iraq, let's not let our history in the region disappear down the memory hole.
Health & Science
Debating Health Care and Rage on the Airwaves
July 24, 2009 |
Bill Moyers Journal
Bill Moyers sits down with Trudy Lieberman and Marcia Angell to discuss health care. Bill also tackles the troubles with political shock jocks.
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