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Thursday, June 19, 2008

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  • Moyers takes on censorship
    Bill Moyers raises the alarm over what he sees as inroads into free speech and ethics in government. He has spent the last several years speaking forcefully against the Bush adminstration and censorship of public broadcasting. A selection of those speeches appears in a new book.9:06 a.m.
    Bill Moyers: Journalist and public television host. His latest book is "Moyers on Democracy." His PBS show, Bill Moyers Journal, airs on TPT-2 Fridays at 9:00pm.
  • Divided, and united, by debate
    Many Americans complain about the partisan divide, but longtime political reporter Howard Fineman observes that we are a nation born to debate. And in his new book, he says we don't argue enough about the founding principles of our nation.10:06 a.m.
    Howard Fineman: Senior Washington correspondent and columnist for Newsweek and author of "The Thirteen American Arguments: Enduring Debates That Define and Inspire Our Country."
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