Tom Brokaw Remarks on State of U.S. Political Debate
Tom Brokaw discussed the state of U.S. political debate and his new book, The Time of Our Lives: Past, Present, Promise, a broad view of how American life had changed since the Great Depression and how to foster the future. Topics in his speech included his career in journalism, the changes he had seen in the world, and the various challenges facing the country. Following prepared remarks he answered written questions submitted by audience members. close
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Tom Brokaw Special Correspondent NBC News
- Mark Hamrick President National Press Club
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