On today's show, a Pakistani-born professor of an American university explains his work to change post-9/11 mutual misperceptions between the US and Muslim countries. Also, prominent education activist Jonathan Kozol
explains what it takes to survive the first year of teaching in an inner-city public school. We'll also find out why the American Revolution may not have been that revolutionary after all. But first, we continue our conversation on the role that campaign spouses play on the election trail.