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William Stringfellow discusses the book "The Christian Ethic." Includes passages from the book.
White, Anglo-Saxon, Episcopalian lawyer William Stringfellow moved to a slum tenement of Harlem after his graduation from Harvard Law. Through the lens of personal experience, Stringfellow outlines the failures of the legal system and the Church to alleviate poverty and racism in his 1964 book, "My People is the Enemy."
Discussing the book "Twentieth century journey: 1930-1940" with the author William Shirer.
Discussing the book "Twentieth Century Journey" with the author William Shirer.
William L. Shirer discusses his book "The Collapse of the Third Republic". Shirer talks about the fall of the third republic of France. Shirer also discusses World War II Europe.
Mr. Brashler converses with Studs about his research for the novel and the players he had spoken with to gather information for the book. The novel tells the story of a baseball team that revolts from a tyrannical Negro League owner and spends the 1939 season barnstorming around the Midwest. Includes two excerpts of a Cool Papa Bell interview talking about their travel as "barnstormers". Studs and Mr. Brashler read several exchanges of dialogue from the book.
William Bradford Huie discusses his novel The Klansman. Includes recordings of interviews from Rev. Paschal Carlton, an unknown Alabama cab driver, and an unknown woman of Birmingham, Alabama. Includes songs "Be A Man, Join the Klan," and "Move Them Niggers North."
Author William Bradford Huie discusses his book "Three Lives for Mississippi;" reads passages from book.
Warren Farrell discusses his book "Beyond Masculinity." He discusses women's liberation and men's liberation. Includes clip of Caroline Bird discussing women's liberation.
Discussing the book "The celluloid closet: homosexuality in the movies" with the author Vito Russo.
TV critic Les Brown discusses his book "Encyclopedia of Television."