A Legacy of Chains: A Conversation with Philip Kraske

A Legacy of Chains: A Conversation with Philip Kraske

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Philip Kraske, author 11/9 And the Terrorist Who Loved Bonsai Trees, returns to discuss his latest novella, A Legacy of Chains, about POWs who after 40 years in Vietnam return to a less than hospitable welcome. His novel exposes the hypocrisy of U.S. presidential, congressional, and military leadership who dismissed and covered up evidence that hundreds of American soldiers were left behind in Vietnam. He is also author of On U.S. POWs Abandoned in Vietnam.

This episode originally aired on Sunday, August 15th on Freedom Loves Company. Sundays 8-10 ET, Revolution.Radio Studio B.

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Danny Goldberg, In Search of the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea (ENCORE)

During one year, 1967, it seemed possible that the world could be transformed by peace, love, and meditation. The assassinations, violence, and polarization of 1968 hadn’t happened, and the hippies were exploring spirituality and social justice.
Danny Goldberg takes us back to 1967, to the music, the acid, Jefferson Airplane, Allen Ginsburg, Black Power, and Muhammad Ali.  He is the author of How the Left Lost Teen Spirit and Bumping into Geniuses: MY Life Inside the Rock and Roll Business. Danny Goldberg is president of Gold Village entertainment and author of the book we will discuss today: In Search of the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea.
This is an encore presentation of an episode originally produced for broadcast and podcast in June 2017.