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Left in Dark Times: A Stand Against the New Barbarism

In conversation with Arianna Huffington, host of KCRW's \"Left, Right, and Center\"
Co-presented with KCRW
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Episode Summary
One of the world's leading intellectuals revisits his political roots, scrutinizes the totalitarianisms of the past, as well as those on the horizon, and argues powerfully for a new political and moral vision for our times.

Participant(s) Bio
Bernard Henri-Lévy is a philosopher, journalist, activist, and filmmaker. Among his dozens of books are American Vertigo, Barbarism with a Human Face, and Who Killed Daniel Pearl? His writing has appeared in a wide range of publications throughout Europe and the United States. His films include the documentaries Bosna! and A Day in the Death of Sarajevo. Lévy is co-founder of the antiracist group SOS Racism and has served on diplomatic missions for the French government.