Audio Essay: Hosni Mubarak and Ariel Sharon's Enduring Legacies

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Although this morning the focus is on Egypt, right across the border Ariel Sharon is also in this "not dead" state. For two leaders that once went head to head, now they are so alive that when they are dead, they are still alive. In this audio essay, John Hockenberry asks: Can they ever die?

Produced by:

Jay Cowit, Tim Einenkel and Jillian Weinberger

Comments [1]

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"History repeating itself"

A specious and lazy comparison of an Egyptian military dictator to an Israeli General who saved his nation from several wars of annihilation to become a duly elected Prime Minister who went on to extensive lengths to make peace is asinine.

Jun. 20 2012 09:43 AM

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