The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower

Identity Politics: Embracing Diversity or Creating A House Divided Against Itself?

One of the longest standing mottos for the United States is E Pluribus Unum - from many, one. It's long been thought to mean much more than the formal and legalistic concept of a union of states - it's been thought to mean a uniting into a civil society of peoples of many kinds. And indeed, it's indisputable that the American people are of many kinds. But today many speak of a new age of American tribalism. On both the left and the right, in different ways, there is both the feeding of, and feeding...
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Saturday, May 8 at 12:30 am on 12.1

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THE WHOLE TRUTH is neither a traditional one-on-one interview show nor a conventional round-table program. It's a six-part series that aims to uncover the reality behind today's toughest issues, leaving the partisan noise-making out of the equation. Hosted by David Eisenhower - noted historian and author, professor at the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Pennsylvania, and grandson and namesake of President Dwight D. Eisenhower - the series tackles some of the weightiest public affairs topics of our time, with a focus that's global and long-term in scope. Eisenhower's approach to political debate is rigorous, intense and insightful. Each half-hour episode features a different panel of guests presenting varying points of view to help viewers understand all sides of the issue. The format of the show is a three-step that includes an introduction to the topic or "the case," cross-examination and oral arguments, and a summary of "the whole truth."