The world is a very different place today than it was when the Peace Corps was founded in 1961. Former volunteers discuss what the program has accomplished and where it should go in the future. Also, how Native Americans in El Paso opposed plans for the largest bronze equestrian statute in the world. And a 43-year-old sportswriter’s year as a pro football player. Plus, Susanna White talks about directing HBO’s new miniseries “Generation Kill.”
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