This show, hosted by Clayton Morgareidge, raises questions about the impact of dams on native peoples in Canada; how to get automobiles out of our cities; Kathryn Stockett's novel The Help about black servants in Jackson, Missississippi in the '60s; is it too late to protect our privacy in a digital world; and Obama's fight with his generals over Afghanistan.
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1. Tina Loo discusses the impact of hydro-projects (like dams) on native peoples in Canada.
2. Cars out of the city! J.H. Crawford talks with Bill Resnick.
3. Larry Bowlden reviews The Help by Kathryn Stockett.
4. Clayton Morgareidge, today's Well-read Red, discusses the surveillance of our digital lives.
5. Obama at war with his generals -- Bill Resnick reads and discusses a piece by Robert Dreyfuss.