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Through the Decades February 8

On February 8, Bill Kurtis of Through the Decades explores the trial and conviction of Hustler Magazine publisher, Larry Flynt. Kerry Sayers remembers the game-changing Telecommunications Act of 1996, and Ellee Pai Hong recalls the day the stock market turned electronic with the advent of NASDAQ. Bill also turns the lens of time back to this day in 1910, when the Boy Scouts of America were established, and Ellee reflects on the Algerian War of Indpendence. To close, Kerry goes back in time to the 50's to profile the iconic yet tragically short life of actor James Dean.

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Through the Decades February 14

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Through the Decades February 12

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