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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Guest host Jonathan Capehart speaks with General Anthony Zinni about what makes leaders successful. Actor Christoph Waltz talks about playing a Nazi in Quentin Tarantino’s new film "Inglourious Basterds." Then novelist Robert Cohen discusses his new novel Amateur Barbarians. Plus, we’ll investigate deaths in immigrant detention centers and why so many of the fatalities have been overlooked and unreported by federal officials.

Leading the Charge

General Tony Zinni looks at the trends that have reshaped our world and have created the need for new kinds of leaders. His book Leading the Charge looks at how leaders and organizations can effectively respond to our changing world.

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Playing the Villain

Christoph Waltz, who stars in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds," tells us about playing such a glorious villain.

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Amateur Barbarians

Robert Cohen describes his latest novel, Amateur Barbarians, about two middle-aged men whose paths intersect and diverge, taking them from New York City to New England to East Africa.

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Underreported Immigrant Detainee Deaths

According to the Obama administration, in the last six years, at least one in 10 deaths in immigration detention have been overlooked and have gone unreported by officials. New York Times immigration reporter Nina Bernstein will be joined by Amy Fettig, staff attorney with the ACLU Prison Project, to discuss ...

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