2015年7月10日 星期五

Bill Moyers




2015.7.10
We want you to know in advance that starting July 15,BillMoyers.com will no longer be taking comments on posts. It’s a painful decision for us but necessary at this time.

ill rely on it as a trusted source of information. But we need to think through how to reshape our efforts consistent with modest resources and the changing digital landscape. Unfortunately, during this period of exploration we don’t have the budget to moderate comments. We will discontinue the practice starting July 15, although all previous comments will be archived and available.

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Philip Levine, a recent US poet laureate, died over the weekend. In 2013, he spoke with Bill about how his years working on Detroit's assembly lines inspired his poetry.

Segment: Philip Levine on America's Workers


Bill talks to Philip Levine, a recent US poet laureate, who explores how his years working on Detroit's assembly lines inspired his poetry.
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Bill Moyers 是Johnson總統的新聞秘書。
  1. Bill D. Moyers
    Former White House Press Secretary
  2. Bill D. Moyers is an American journalist and liberal political commentator. He served as White House Press Secretary in the Johnson administration from 1965 to 1967. He also worked as a network TV news commentator for ten years. Wikipedia
  3. BornJune 5, 1934 (age 80), Hugo, Oklahoma, United States

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    Watch Bill's interviews with experts on the financial crisis and the current state of the banking industry.
著名的「塔克曼」(Tuch•man , Barbara Wertheim 1912–1989)訪談,可參考Bill
Moyers《美國心靈》(A WORLD OF IDEAS)(北京:三聯,第3-17頁)。她
力陳:

英雄的定義 為 "A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose,especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life"。

不過,現代人都將名人當英雄( "A person noted for special achievement in a particular
field: the heroes of medicine. See synonyms at celebrity.")



每個國家的資源和限制都不相同,所以提議的解答可能大不同:



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Everybody knows tiny houses are a sustainable model for homeowners to shrink their carbon footprint, but could they also provide a place for those experiencing homelessness to find stability and, perhaps, to live permanently? Watch our video repo



Are Tiny Houses a Viable Affordable Housing Solution?


Micro-homes could provide a place for those experiencing homelessness...


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