Denise Morris hosts this show featuring a review of the Matt Damon movie (based on a Philip K. Dick story) The Adjustment Bureau; a discussion of the ideological ambiguities thrown up by the struggle for the recognition of domestic violence; some questions and about the meaning and value of The American Dream; and an analysis of the possibilities and limits of the democratic movements going on in Wisconsin and elsewhere.
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1. Mike Snedeker talks with Jan Haaken about her new book Hard Knocks: Domestic Violence and the Psychology of Story Telling.
2. Well-read Red Frann Michel asks whether "The American Dream" is what we should be rallying for.
3. Movie Moles Joe Clement and Jan Haaken critically review The Adjustment Bureau.
4. Labor Historian Norm Diamond talks with Bill Resnick about what's next for the democratic energies unleashed in Wisconsin and around the nation and the world.