Bill Moyers is the kindly-faced, gentle-voiced Baptist whose early career as Press Secretary in the Johnson Administration evolved into a journalistic career that has spanned over 40 years. Moyers is also the sharp-toothed, angry, clear-eyed patriot whose calls for reform in American media and governance have made him a hero to progressives all over the country.
In this interview, conducted by Phil Donahue at New York’s famed 92nd Street Y in 2008, Moyers discusses ideas raised in his 2008 book, Moyers on Democracy. Listeners are treated to Moyers' always dignified air, and will be taken on a journey back in time: to the run-up of the historic 2008 presidential election.
©2008 92nd Street Y
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