Season 1, Episode 25 NOW with Bill Moyers
First Aired: July 5, 2002
Included: a report on disputes over water rights in Bolivia by New Yorker writer William Finnegan, and a discussion of the subject featuring Cambridge University business professor Noreena Hertz, the author of “Silent Takeover: Global Capitalism and the Death of Democracy.” Also: TV producer Norman Lear discusses the Declaration of Independence's “All men are created equal” clause; and Howard University law-school professor Frank Wu comments on how his ethnic heritage influences his view of America.
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- Premiered: January 18, 2002
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- Premise: A weekly newsmagazine called by host Bill Moyers a `journal of ideas, stories and people' that `will be close to the news but not the news.' A collaboration with National Public Radio, the program includes reports, essays, interviews and commentaries. Davi… (more)
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