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Several aspects of Spivak's career are discussed in detail, including his exposure of chain gangs, a Depression-era Communist forgery, investigating the anti-Nazi underground in Germany and how to exploit the insecurities of vigilantes.
Former ex-nun Mary Harding was accused of being a part of a group that was going to overthrow the Bolivian government. At the 1st meeting with counsel from the American Embassy, Harding could barely walk because she was kicked and punched over and over for information. Harding spent 4 of the 5 weeks in prison in solitary confinement.
Discussing "Inside the League: The Shocking Expose of How Terrorists, Nazis, and Latin American Death Squads have Infiltrated the World Anti-Communist League" (published by Dodd Mead & Co.) with the authors, journalists Scott Anderson and Jon Lee Anderson.
Interviewing Barno Hughes, Harold Rubin, Carl Douglas Fuchs : Studs Terkel in South Africa.
Haig Allahverdian discusses Armenian music and culture as well as the Armenian massacre and its effects on the Armenian people on the whole. Copyrighted material has been removed from this program.
After writing the book “Flying High” about her experiences as an airline stewardess, Elizabeth Rich moved on to research the trend of skyjacking in her second book “Flying Scared: Why We Are Being Skyjacked and How to Put a Stop to It.” Rich is one of the first people to conduct a study on these crimes, and criticizes both the US government and Federal Aviation Administration for essentially ignoring repeated skyjacking.
Dr. Carlo Levi talks about the differences in Italian and American literature in the first part. In the second part, children Julio and Phillipo sing Italian nursery rhymes. In the last part, Maria Caniglia and husband Pino Donati discuss opera; part 2.
Dr. Carlo Levi talks about his book "Christ Stopped at Eboli", the human condition, and compassion for those suffering during and after World War 2.
These five women are from Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, and Nicaragua.
Alfred McCoy discusses the history of heroin trafficking within the context of American foreign policy.