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NOW | A Tribute To Kurt Vonnegut | PBS

Duration: 09:16

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    Program: NOW on PBS
    Broadcast Date: Oct. 7, 2005

As a tribute to Kurt Vonnegut, the literary icon who passed away April 11, 2007, NOW proudly shares one of his last broadcast television interviews. On our October 7, 2005 program, NOW Host David Brancaccio interviews Vonnegut about his life and the current state of American democracy. With his classic wit, the legendary author of CAT'S CRADLE and SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE delivers some choice words for our parties, our system, and our president.

For more information about this episode of NOW, and to see the *entire* interview visit www.pbs.org/now/arts....

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Post Date: April 13, 2007