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Notes on The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of 9/11 (2019) by Garrett M. Graff

If there were any doubts about the high regard with which Former First Lady Michelle Obama is held by the American public, her 2018 memoir Becoming surely put them to rest: the book sold more copies in the U.S. than … Continue reading

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“The Unbearable Centrism of Mainstream Documentaries”

I’ve got a new article over at New Politics magazine, the title of which is “The Unbearable Centrism of Mainstream Documentaries”. In it, I write about about how Former President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama’s multi-year production deal with … Continue reading

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Why PBS, and Viewers Like You, Must Continue Saving POV and Independent Lens

[NOTE: This piece was first published on September 8, 2015, at Medium. It was subsequently named a “Must-Read” by MediaShift, and shared on social media by Los Angeles Times TV columnist Robert Lloyd, San Francisco Chronicle theater critic Ellin Stein, Gideon’s … Continue reading

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