Moyers on Democracy (Paperback)

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People know Bill Moyers from his many years of path-breaking journalism on television. But he is also one of America's most sought-after public speakers. In this collection of speeches, Moyers celebrates the promise of American democracy and offers a passionate defense of its principles of fairness and justice. Moyers on Democracy takes on crucial issues such as economic inequality, our broken electoral process, our weakened independent press, and the despoiling of the earth we share as our common gift.

About the Author


Jeff Clements is a cofounder of Free Speech for People, a nonpartisan campaign working to reverse Citizens United, restore equal citizenship for all Americans, and reform corporate law. As an attorney, Jeff has represented and advocated for people, businesses, and the public interest since 1988. In 2012, he cofounded Whaleback Partners LLC, a funding partner for businesses engaged in sustainable food, agriculture, and local economies.

Praise For…


“Electricity puls[es] through this collection. . . . Bill Moyers is engaged in truth telling, saying what cannot be said, but must be said.” —The Washington Post“Bill Moyers has been my North Star, in his eloquence, his quiet passion and courage, and in the way he presents me and millions of others with the ideals of our nation, from our past to our present to our uncertain future. Always he offers the gifts of thoughtfulness and of hope.”—Studs Terkel“Moyers is, simply, a national treasure, a reminder that we redeem the promise of America more through the morality, humanity and insights of unelected visionaries than insider politicians.” —Mark Green, The Huffington Post“Personal and reflective.... Bespeaks significant personal integrity.”—Los Angeles Times“Moyers seems to have been born with unusual wisdom. . . . He feels deeply, he knows language well and he tells true stories that stun the listener.” —Deseret News (Salt Lake City)“Bill Moyers speaks for, and to, the conscience of our nation.”—Walter Cronkite

Product Details
ISBN: 9780307387738
ISBN-10: 0307387739
Publisher: Anchor Books
Publication Date: May 5th, 2009
Pages: 404
Language: English