My guest this week is Benjamin Busch, author of his war memoir, "Dust to Dust."
My guest today is David Couper, author of Arrested Development: A Veteran Police Chief Sounds Off.
My guest today is Sean Faircloth, author of "The Attack of the Theocrats."
My guest this week is John Atlas, author of "Seeds of Change: The Story of ACORN, America’s Most Controversial Anti-Poverty Community Group."
There is a new kind of public space that has opened up in the last year and a half.
My guest this week is Michael Kazin, co-editor of Dissent Magazine and author of "American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation."
My guest this week is Norwegian Dr. Mads Gilbert, co-author of "Eyes in Gaza."
Amitabh Pal reviews Behind the Beautiful Forevers, by Katherine Boo, and The Beautiful and the Damned, by Siddhartha Deb.
My guest this week is Costas Lapavitsas, the author of "Crisis in the Euro Zone."
Grass’s words are not the words of an anti-Semite. They are the words of a man of conscience and a man of peace, daring to speak out even as he knows the slurs are coming.
My guest this week is Van Jones, author of "Rebuild the Dream," and Obama's former green-energy adviser.
“Uncle Tom’s Cabin” celebrates its 160th anniversary on March 20. The anti-slavery novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe helped inspire the abolitionist cause in the 1850s and played an important part in the run-up to the Civil War.
My guest this week is Michael Stevens Smith, a lawyer with the Center for Constitutional Rights and co-author of “Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder.”