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Shows featuring Sydney Schanberg

  • Report: McCain Suppressed Info on Fellow Vietnam POWs Left Behind Mccainpowweb
    We speak to Pulitzer-winning journalist Sydney Schanberg about how the "war hero" candidate Sen. John McCain buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam. Writing for The Nation magazine, Schanberg reveals that McCain "worked very hard to hide from the public stunning information about American prisoners in Vietnam who, unlike him, didn’t return home."...
    October 23, 2008 | Story
  • "Robber Baron Over the Last Century": Dow Jones Union Head on Likely New Boss Rupert Murdoch Murdoch20070802
    News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch awaits FCC approval for his purchase of Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal. The sale would bring one of the nation's oldest and most respected newspapers under a vast media empire that includes the Fox television network, 21st Century Fox film studio, and more than 175 other newspapers. We’re joined by Dow Jones union leader and radio host Steven...
    August 02, 2007 | Story
  • Tape Documenting the Discovery of the Ruins of the Henrietta Marie–A Slave Ship Speaks
    A recorded tape–A Slave Ship Speaks–documents the feelings of one of the divers who discovered the Henrietta Marie. It includes Harvard University professor Cornell West offering his thoughts on the discovery of the ship and on how Americans deal with the legacy of slavery. It also included Muhammad Nasir Athey–executive director of the American Anti-Slavery Group sharing his...
    June 05, 1997 | Story