Bill Moyers Journal: Bombing Civilians + The Cost of Ignorance

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Bill Moyers Journal
1.30.09

Marilyn Young and Pierre Sprey

Bill Moyers sits down with historian Marilyn Young, author of the forthcoming BOMBING CIVILIANS: A TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY and former Pentagon official Pierre Sprey, who developed military planes and helped found the military reform movement.

via Bill Moyers Journal . Watch & Listen | PBS.

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Vartan Gregorian

Bill Moyers talks the twelfth president of Carnegie Corporation of New York Vartan Gregorian about the perilous state of higher education in America. Gregorian is the former president of the New York Public Library and Brown University.

via Bill Moyers Journal . Watch & Listen | PBS.

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4 thoughts on “Bill Moyers Journal: Bombing Civilians + The Cost of Ignorance

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    • Thanks, Manny! It may seem to be two different stories but they are related in that if the US would cut back on military spending it would have more funds for higher education.

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