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Bill Moyers

Bill Moyers

May 31, 2004 By Evan Smith

“War is always a great reinforcer of secrecy, but a war on terror is the most insidious threat to openness—you can always claim, without having to explain why, that something can't be public.”

Not Black and White

Jan 1, 1999 By caroldawson

Fifteen years ago, in a PBS documentary, Bill Moyers declared that the East Texas town of Marshall was actually two towns divided by race. To some extent, it still is.