Historian Todd Gitlin on Donald Trump and George Wallace. Dr. Nina Agrawal on guns as a public health epidemic. And Bill Press interviews Congressman Mark Pocan of Wisconsin.
Todd Gitlin, a historian of the Sixties, compares Donald Trump to George Wallace, but this time the racism won’t help the Republicans win the White House as it did in 1968. In light of the Orlando massacre, we reprise an interview with Dr. Nina Agrawal of Doctors for America. And Bill Press interviews Representative Mark Pocan of Wisconsin.
Todd Gitlin was an activist in the 1960s and a historian of that turbulent political era. He compares Donald Trump to George Wallace … and says the Republicans have become “the party of frustrated male pride.”
In light of the massacre in Orlando, we revisit our interview with Dr. Nina Agrawal of Doctors for America. She explains how Republicans have barred federal research on gun violence – which she calls “a public health epidemic.”
Bill Press interviews Wisconsin Congressman Mark Pocan.
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