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The Journal: Extended Final Show

Citizen action in Iowa, Jim Hightower on Populism and writer Barry Lopez.

The Journal: Our Media Future

FCC commissioner Michael Copps on 'net neutrality', William K. Black on Wall Street.

The Journal: Achieving Financial Reform

Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Wall Street and Washington.

The Journal: Louise Erdrich

Louise Erdrich discusses her life and work. Historian Andrew Bacevich on Afghanistan.

The Journal: Inequality in America

Bill Moyers discusses inequality with attorneys Bryan Stevenson and Michelle Alexander.

The Journal: Reform vs. Reformation

Financial journalist Gretchen Morgenson. John Nichols & Terry O'Neill on health care.

The Journal: John Sexton

Bill Moyers sits down with NYU president and modern renaissance man John Sexton.

The Journal: Considering Health Care Reform

Bill Moyers discusses health care reform with Dr. Marcia Angell and Wendell Potter.

The Journal: Same Sex Marriage

How the fight for same-sex marriage teamed up leading conservative and liberal lawyers

The Journal: Justice For Sale

Bill Moyers Journal revisits the 1999 FRONTLINE special "Justice for Sale."

The Journal: Bill T. Jones

Acclaimed choreographer Bill T. Jones on his young Lincoln.

The Journal: After Citizens United

Nick Gillespie and Lawrence Lessig discuss the effects of money on politics.

The Journal: State of the Union(s)

Monica Youn & Zephyr Teachout on campaign finance. AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka.

The Journal: Obama's First Year

Assessing Obama's first year in office. And, confronting America's energy crisis.

The Journal: Greg Mortenson, Thomas Frank

Author and humanitarian Greg Mortenson and WALL STREET JOURNAL correspondent Thomas Frank.

The Journal: David Corn and Kevin Drum

MOTHER JONES journalists David Corn and Kevin Drum on money, politics and banks.

The Journal: Washington for Sale?

Economist Robert Kuttner and journalist Matt Taibbi on Wall Street's power in Washington.

The Journal: Howard Zinn

Howard Zinn on the people's history. And, organizers George Goehl and Heather Booth.

The Journal: Oliver Stone

Director Oliver Stone on his experience in Vietnam and his film making.

The Journal: Jane Goodall

Despite dire warnings for our endangered planet, Jane Goodall says all is not yet lost.

The Journal: LBJ's Road to War

Lyndon Johnson and the decisions that escalated America's involvement in Vietnam.

The Journal: Anna Deavere Smith

Actress-playwright Anna Deavere Smith on her one-woman play LET ME DOWN EASY.

The Journal: Economic Recovery in Review

James K. Galbraith on the economy. Richard Brookhiser on William F. Buckley, Jr.

The Journal: Judge Richard Goldstone

Bill Moyers talks with Justice Richard Goldstone.

The Journal: Redefining the United States

Mark Danner on Obama's foreign policy challenges. Santa Ana's Latino Health Access.

The Journal: America's Economy Reformed?

Former IMF chief economist Simon Johnson and US Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH).

The Journal: A New Direction for Afghanistan?

Rory Stewart on Afghanistan. And, Kavita Ramdas on women's rights.

The Journal: Is Conservatism Dead?

Sam Tanenhaus on THE DEATH OF CONSERVATISM. Michael Zweig and Bill Fletcher on labor.

The Journal: Obama at the Crossroads

Dr. Jim Yong Kim on public health. McClatchy DC Pentagon correspondent Nancy Youssef.

The Journal: Floyd Abrams and Trevor Potter

Will the Supreme Court find campaign finance laws unconstitutional?

The Journal: Critical Condition

Filmmaker Roger Weisberg puts a human face to the 47 million uninsured in America.

The Journal: A Conservative Plan for Healthcare?

Conservative journalist David Frum. Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Drew Altman.

The Journal: Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot & Artist Chris Jordan

Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot on the 25 years after 50.

The Journal: Profits Before Patients

Wendell Potter on how for-profit insurers hijack our health care system.

The Journal: Debating Health Care Reform

Bill Moyers discuss health care reform with Trudy Lieberman and Dr. Marcia Angell.

The Journal: Robert Wright on the Idea of God

Robert Wright on THE EVOLUTION OF GOD. Environmental activists on Obama's record.

The Journal: Profits over People

Former insurance insider Wendell Potter speaks with Bill Moyers about health care reform.

The Journal: Faith & Social Justice

Bill Moyers speaks with Cornel West, Serene Jones, and Gary Dorrien.

The Journal: W. S. Merwin

Poet W.S. Merwin joins Bill Moyers for a wide-ranging conversation.

The Journal: Women Fight for Peace

How everyday Liberian women fought for peace in their war-torn country and won.

The Journal: Robert Reich and Kaye and Brookhiser

Robert Reich on health care reform. Harvey Kaye and Richard Brookhiser on Thomas Paine.

The Journal: The Costs of War and Media Analysis

Jeremy Scahill on the costs of war. Media analysis from Brooke Gladstone and Jay Rosen.

The Journal: Maxine Hong Kingston

Maxine Hong Kingston on her latest book Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace.

The Journal: Reforming American Health Care

Washington's abuzz about health care, but why isn't a single-payer plan on the table?

The Journal: Pakistan Analysis and Educated Consumers

Juan Cole and Shahan Mufti on Pakistan. Daniel Goleman on educated consumers.

The Journal: Sen. Dick Durbin and Author Sara...

Senator Dick Durbin on the banking lobby. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot on life after 50.

The Journal: U.S. Torture and Consequences?

Bruce Fein and Mark Danner on torture memos. A community organizer fighting foreclosures.

The Journal: Time for New Pecora Hearings?

Economist Simon Johnson & legal scholar Michael Perino on the bailout.

The Journal: THE WIRE's David Simon

THE WIRE's David Simon on crime, politics and journalism.

About Bill Moyers

Bill Moyers Journal provided fresh, alternative insights into the personalities and issues shaping our country and the deeper, more institutional challenges facing us now and in the future.

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