Interviewing booksellers Hendaseyd Buchanan and Miss Dillon while Studs was in England. They discuss life in London, England and Scotland, their bookshops, and book selling.
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.
Louis Font and Ed Fox discuss their time in the military, the Vietnam War, military rituals, and West Point military academy. They express their anti-war sentiments and describe atrocities committed in Vietnam.
Studs and Spivak talk all things labor: unions, strikes, and spies. Spivak's work reporting on Fascism and Socialism is also discussed.
Studs continues his interview with Eric Luth in Hamburg, Germany. The audio breaks at 25:23 and continues on a Sat at 25:28 till its conclusion at 35:43. Eric Luth conveys stories of humanity by both German prisoners towards Russian prisoners whose treatment was dictated by the Nazi party to not offer any winter clothing or shoes to provide comfort. The German laborers provided a human solidarity that brought them food, clothes and soap.
German theologian Heinrich Gruber and pastor Howard Schomer discuss Nazi Germany and resistance