This is a rebroadcast of some of our favorite interviews over the past few months.
Stanley B. Greenberg articulates a powerful vision of how American politics and America can be renewed. Julie Checkoway tells the story of a schoolteacher in Maui who challenged a group of poverty-stricken sugar plantation kids to become Olympians in 1937. Emma Jane Unsworth discusses her novel about love, loss and hard drinking friends, set in Manchester. Charlie Savage discusses the hawkish evolution of the Obama administration's national security policy.