On today's show, Cindy Sheehan tells us how she transformed herself from a grieving mother into an antiwar activist. Plus, a panel discussion on how the war in Iraq got started, and how it might end. Also on the show: a new play about the impact of AIDS on the lives of African and African-American women. And Robert Coover on breathing new life into familiar fairy tales.
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