MLK Anniversary; Tunisian Revolt; Alan Riding

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Monday 01/17/2011

In memory of Martin Luther King, Jr., Charlie re-airs a conversation from 2008 with former anchor Tom Brokaw and professor John Hope Franklin who discuss the civil rights movement, 40 years after King's death. Tunisian scholars Taoufik Ben Amor and Malika Zeghal report on the recent revolt to oust autocratic President Ben Ali and establish the Unity Party. Journalist Alan Riding shares his book, "And the Show Went On: Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris," about the nature of collaboration among French intellectuals and artists.