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WYOMING CHRONICLE

What Happened to Civility in Public Life?

  • Aired: 11/26/2010
  • 28:22
  • Rating: TV-G
Former congressman Jim Leach, now chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, talks to Chris Turner about the loss of civility in public discourse, and what we've all been wondering - what does humanities mean? This episode of Wyoming Chronicle opens featuring photographer Charles Belden's legacy of documenting Wyoming's Ranch and Cowboy culture during the 1920s to 1940s.
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Preview of Charles Belden documentary and Chris Turner visits with congressman Jim Leach.
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