Mike Wallace evaluates how World War II catapulted New York City to the center of the world, ultimately causing it to emerge as the cultural and economic seat of an American new-style empire.
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Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison discusses her latest novel, Home, which tells the story of a Korean War veteran who, after traumatic experiences on the front lines, finds himself back in racist America with more than just physical scars.
Michael S. Neiberg, one of the world’s leading authorities on World War I, offers an alternate explanation for the outbreak of World War I in Europe. (Presented in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.)
Acclaimed Civil War historians discuss the lives, careers, and complicated legacies of Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman.
Lynne Olson and Tom Brokaw discuss President Franklin D. Roosevelt and aviator Charles Lindbergh, the figures at the core of the bitter debate that divided the nation over American intervention in World War II.