War Strategies

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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

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.

Where do we go from here?

New York Times Op-Ed columnist Bob Herbert and Leslie Gelb, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, are taking part in an upcoming panel discussion presented by the New York Times: "Iraq: Where Do We Go From Here?" They're here today for a look at how we got into ...


A Child Again

Robert Coover tells us about reworking fairy tales into modern short stories for his latest fiction collection: A Child Again.

Music: James and the Giant Peach Soundtrack, #10, #15


In the Continuum

Playwrights and performers Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter describe their new drama, In the Continuum. It's a look at the toll AIDS is taking on the lives of African and African-American women.

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Music: The Hours Soundtrack, #11, ...


Not One More Mother's Child

After her son was killed in Iraq, Cindy Sheehan started questioning why the US went to war in the first place. Now, she's one of the country's most outspoken antiwar protestors. She's here today to talk about her new book: Not One More Mother's Child.

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