First, Guest Host Brian Lehrer Talks With Noam Chomsky, An Mit Linguist And Political Analyst. He`S Been Teaching At Mit For 50 Years Now, Questioning The Legitimacy Of American Power, As Well As Our Understanding Of Where Language And Human Behavior Come From. Dr. Chomsky Has Had A Run Of International Bestsellers Since 9/11, And He Has A New Book Called Failed States: The Abuse Of Power And The Assault On Democracy Example Number One Of The Failed State In The Book - The United States. Next, Guest Host David Ross Interviews Artist Shirin Neshat. Born In Qazvin, Iran In 1957, She Moved To The U.S. To Study Art At The Age Of 17. After 12 Years, She Returned To Iran For The First Time And Found A Country Transformed By The Islamic Revolution. Soon After, She Began To Channel Her Feelings Of Displacement And Exile Into Her Art. With Photography And Video, She Has Created A Remarkable Body Of Work That Explores Both The Role Of Women In Islamic Society And The Cultural Conflicts Of The East And West.||Finally, A Panel Discusses The Death Penalty, And Why Numbers Of Deaths Due To Capital Punishment Are Declining In Spite Of A 68% Approval Rating. Guest Host Jeffrey Toobin Is Joined By Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director Of The Equal Justice Initiative Of Alabama, Dennis Riordan, A Criminal Defense Attorney At Riordan & Horgan In San Francisco, And Beth Wilkinson, Who Was One The Prosecutors In The Timothy Mcveigh Trial And Is Now Executive Vice President Of The Fannie Mae Corporation.moreless
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