This has been a significant year for the animal rights movement. Sea World vowed to stop breeding orcas. And Walmart pledged to sell only cage-free eggs. The head of the Humane Society on how consumer pressure and innovation are driving animal protection.
Since 1985, Daniel Schorr has been NPR’s senior news analyst, but his career in journalism goes back much further. In his new memoir, he shares highlights of his six decades as a reporter, starting in World War II and continuing through the Cold War, the Watergate era, and up to the present day.
- Daniel Schorr NPR Senior News Analyst
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