Former national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski talks about our last three presidents and the post cold-war world. He critiques the foreign policy of the current president as well as former Presidents Bush and Clinton. He also looks at the challenge ahead for the current presidential hopefuls. Plus: muslims in America; Columbia President Lee Bollinger, NAACP's Ted Shaw, and civil rights scholar Lani Guinier on the future of affirmative action; the view from Baghdad; and post-1965 immigrants.
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