A Call To Capitalists, The Wake Of An Undocumented Chinese Immigrant, How Evangelicals Defined America, Youth-Driven Change In Cambodia

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A Cambodian woman attends a demonstration, as seen in the film "Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia."

Peter Georgescu, former CEO of Young & Rubicam, joins us to discuss why our economy is stagnant, and how business leaders can reboot it by investing in employees and community members. Director/producer Robert Lieberman discuss his film “Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia," which examines how the people of Cambodia have grappled with the aftermath of the 1975-1979 Khmer Rouge genocide. Lieberman interviews younger generations of Cambodians who want to push the country in new directions as well as figures like Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen. Lisa Ko discusses her novel, The Leavers. It tells the story of Deming Guo, whose life changes when his undocumented Chinese immigrant mother, Polly, disappears one day after leaving her work at a Bronx nail salon. Deming is adopted by an American couple, his name is changed to Daniel Wilkinson and he’s moved to a small town upstate. The story is told from the shifting perspectives of Daniel and Polly. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Frances Fitzgerald joins us to discuss the history of the Evangelical movement in the United States, and how its influenced our culture and politics.