Moyers & Company
S2 Ep27: Distracted from Democracy
In a country as rich as America, why is there so little outcry about the ever-increasing economic divide between the very wealthy and everyone else? Media scholar Marty Kaplan points to our well-fed appetite for media distraction. Later on the show, acclaimed historian Gary May puts the recent Supreme Court decision gutting the Voting Rights Act into historical perspective.
S3 Ep52: American Indians Confront "Savage Anxieties"S3 Ep51: The Children’s Climate CrusadeS3 Ep50: The New Robber BaronsS3 Ep49: Democrats Bow Down to Wall StreetS3 Ep48: The United States of FergusonS3 Ep47: The Long, Dark Shadows of PlutocracyS3 Ep46: How Public Power Can Defeat PlutocratsS3 Ep45: The Bare Knuckle Fight Against Money in PoliticsS3 Ep44: Facing Down Corporate Election GreedS3 Ep43: Breaking Big Money’s Grip on ElectionsS3 Ep42: The Fight — and the Right — to VoteS3 Ep41: Keeping Faith in DemocracyS3 Ep40: Restoring an America That Has Lost Its WayS3 Ep39: Too Big to Jail?S3 Ep38: America’s New War in the Middle EastS3 Ep37: Climate Change: The Next GenerationS3 Ep36: Climate Change: Faith and FactS3 Ep35: Elizabeth Warren on Fighting Back Against Wall St.S3 Ep34: How Tax Reform Can Save the Middle ClassS3 Ep33: Joseph E. Stiglitz: Let’s Stop Subsidizing Tax Dodg
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