Mexican-American Writer Finds Inspiration In Family, Tragedy & Trump Luis Alberto Urrea's book 'The House of Broken Angels' borrows from the story of his older brother, who died of cancer. He says the book went through a dramatic rewrite after Trump became president. [Originally broadcast March 2018.]

Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews Jordan Peele's new 'Twilight Zone' reboot.
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Mexican-American Writer Finds Inspiration In Family, Tragedy & Trump

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Mexican-American Writer Finds Inspiration In Family, Tragedy & Trump

Mexican-American Writer Finds Inspiration In Family, Tragedy & Trump

Mexican-American Writer Finds Inspiration In Family, Tragedy & Trump

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Luis Alberto Urrea's book 'The House of Broken Angels' borrows from the story of his older brother, who died of cancer. He says the book went through a dramatic rewrite after Trump became president. [Originally broadcast March 2018.]

Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews Jordan Peele's new 'Twilight Zone' reboot.