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Discussing the book "The Rolling Stone: illustrated history of rock and roll" with editor Jim Miller.
Who were these ordinary people who killed and what made them do what they did are among the questions answered in Daniel Goldhagen's book, "Hitler's Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust". Jews were in league with the devil and their alleged evil came from their biology. It was believed, for the good of the country, to get rid of the German threat, the Jews had to be exterminated, according to Goldhagen.
Studs Terkel interviews comedian Charlie Hill. The interview begins with a musical selection, "Custer Died For Your Sins" by Floyd Red Crow Westerman. The other musical selections presented were "Here Come the Anthros", "BIA", and "Native North American Child". Hill discusses the following: his comedic career; his view of Native American Indian culture; anthropologists and other social scientists; the book "Hanta Yo" by Ruth Beebe Hill; the portrayal and stereotypes of Native American Indians; and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Arnold A. Hutschnecker, a doctor with specialization in psychiatry, talks about his book, "The Drive For Power." He explores mental illness and its negative connotation. He explores how people who look for power tend to need mental help, but that the negative stigma around it tends to make them shy away, which leads to national aggravation and war. He also recalls his meetings with Richard Nixon from before he was president and how continued help may have changed the Vietnam War.