Eliot Spitzer gives us his take on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission and the current state of Wall Street. And we’ll speak with the Israeli and Palestinian co-directors of “Ajami,” which has been nominated for an Academy Award.
When Ralph Ellison died in 1994, he left behind roughly 2,000 pages of an unfinished novel. We’ll talk to the editors who’ve assembled Ellison’s final book. Then, lawyer David Dow talks about his experience representing over 100 death penalty cases in Texas.
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