Evil’s Aftermath

October 31, 2004

To Daniel Libeskind, buildings are much more than concrete boxes.  They’re expressions of hope, joy, freedom, and memory.  In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge, architect Daniel Libeskind talks about his master design for the World Trade Center site.

  1. Daniel Libeskind on the New World Trade Center

    Daniel Libeskind is the architect whose design was chosen to the master-plan for the new World Trade Center site.

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  2. David Wyatt on "And the War Came"

    David Wyatt has written a 9-11 memoir called “And the War Came.” He reads selections and talks with Anne Strainchamps about the effects of 9-ll on his family.

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  3. Yale Strom on Klezmer Music

    Yale Strom talks with Steve Paulson about the klezmer revival, particularly in Poland, and what it means when this culture is re-created by non-Jews.

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  4. Simon Montefiore on Stalin

    Simon Montefiore is the author of “Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar.”  He says Stalin was more complex than we thought, but still a monster.

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