AIDS Roundtable; R. W. Apple, Jr.; August Wilson

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Wednesday 04/08/1992

A panel of journalists and doctors discuss tennis champion Arthur Ashe's announcement that he has AIDS. Chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times, R. W. Apple, Jr., discusses the campaign for president and why incumbents are having a hard time getting re-elected. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson discusses his latest work "Two Trains Running," his "Pittsburgh Cycle" series of plays, and the black experience in the United States.