Tom Brokaw on 'Fair Game'

Tom Brokaw tries to make sense of the Sixties in a new book called "Boom! Voices of the Sixties."

No one has figured out the 1960s. There was the good: a revolution in civil rights, killer rock ‘n' roll; and the bad: a divisive war, heart-wrenching assassinations, and a political and cultural rift that still lingers today. Tom Brokaw wore his reporter hat throughout the period, and covered many of its biggest stories for NBC, where he later, of course, anchored Nightly News.

"Fair Game" is a satirical news and entertainment, weekday evening program. Hosted by Faith Salie, possibly the only Rhodes Scholar who performs comedy intentionally, "Fair Game" covers the important stories of the day and features newsmaker and celebrity interviews, live music and regular appearances by the country's best comedians.

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