Questions abound regarding the Bush administrationÆs handling of information received in August regarding the threat of a terrorist attack from Osama Bin Laden. Larry discusses the problem of putting intelligence about terrorism in context and how the President could have possibly singled out this information on which to act.
Larry Mantle talks with Harvard minister and professor Peter Gomes. Gomes believes college curriculums have become too focused on preparing students for success in the marketplace, but not at all prepared for success in life. His new book entitled The Good Life (Harper San Francisco) explains why old-fashioned virtue is absolutely essential to achieving happiness in the modern world.