After Words with John Dower
Mr. Dower examines the institutional behaviors and individual beliefs that contributed to four major war events: the attack on Pearl… read more
Mr. Dower examines the institutional behaviors and individual beliefs that contributed to four major war events: the attack on Pearl Harbor, the bombing of Hiroshima, the September 11th attacks, and the invasion of Iraq. The award-winning historian spoke with Hiroshima scholar and fellow author Sanho Tree of the Instiute for Policy Studies. close
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John W. Dower Professor Emeritus Massachusetts Institute of Technology->History
Sanho Tree Project Director Institute for Policy Studies->Drug Policy
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