David Rhode on Reimagining War, Willa Cather's Letters, Renée Fleming, Joseph Stiglitz Tackles Debt
Monday, April 29, 2013
Reporter David Rohde talks about how the nature of war has evolved since 9/11, and why Muslim moderates are the only ones who can truly help eradicate militancy. We’ll take a look at the personal letters that writer Willa Cather never wanted to be published. Soprano Renée Fleming talks about the final concert in her Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall. Economist and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz on why politicians and economists are focusing on public debt instead of the economic policies the United States needs to recover.