February 10, 2012 A listener compares the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II to the Jewish Holocaust under the Nazis and raises the question of what to call the camps used in both experiences. At stake is the power of words in framing our actions, past and future.
Dec. 7, 1941: The USS Shaw explodes during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
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December 7, 2011 Seventy years ago today more than 2,300 Americans died in the attack that would propel the nation into World War II. Though their numbers are dwindling, survivors are still telling their stories of that day.
February 23, 2011 Most tourists, who come in buses to the former Nazi prison camp for the day, may not notice the people living in the surrounding towns.
December 30, 2010 Geraldine Hoff Doyle died Sunday at the age of 86. A 1941 photo of her played a role in the famous "We Can Do It!" illustrations of "Rosie."
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June 18, 2008 I typically work in Chicago. But while I'm here filling in for Michel, I decided over the weekend to become a tourist ...
September 24, 2007 So, cartoons are clearly op-eds, as we've said before. And today, our op-ed is courtesy of Hector Cantu -- no thanks to Ken Burns. Bur
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