Yale professor John Wargo
discusses the dangerous chemicals we come in contact with every day and how we can protect ourselves. Then, the founding director of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Middle East Program tells about her experience being held captive in Iran for eight months. The son of acclaimed Indian filmmaker Guru Dutt talks about his father’s work and a retrospective being shown at the New York Film Festival. Plus, Gordon Goldstein
marks the eight-year anniversary of our invasion of Afghanistan and draws parallels to Vietnam.
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