Friday, December 03, 2004
What does George W. Bush have in common with John Adams, Abraham Lincoln, FDR, Harry Truman, JFK, and Lyndon Johnson? Each is a wartime president who took measures to quell dissent at home in the name of an American victory. And all of them, according to Geoffrey R. Stone's new book Perilous Times, went too far. Stone and Brooke discuss what happens to the First Amendment when the nation is at war.