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A weekly public-affairs newsmagazine, produced in collaboration with National Public Radio, that includes reports, essays and interviews. The series was spun off (and cut back to a half hour from an hour) when Bill Moyers left in December 2004.

Premiered: January 7, 2005

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Season 3, Episode 50 Now

First Aired: December 14, 2007

The impact of the Internet on political campaigning is examined, with a focus on how presidential candidate Ron Paul (R) has benefited from it. Also: an interview with Electronic Frontier Foundation cofounder John Perry Barlow.