For this month's Readers' Review: "All The Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr. The 2014 novel weaves together the stories of a blind French girl and a German orphan during World War II.
Diane and her guests talk about the massive charitable response to last month’s terrorist attacks, and what official aid is forthcoming to the families of victims, to businesses, and to others who incurred substantial losses in the attacks.
- Robert A. Clifford chair of the American Bar Association's Task Force on Terrorism and the Law
- Larry Zensinger director of the recovery division of the Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Daniel Borochoff president of the American Institute of Philanthropy
- Dr. Bernadine Healy health editor, U.S. News & World Report; former director, National Institutes of Health; former director, the American Red Cross; author, "Living Time: Faith and Facts to Transform Your Cancer Journey."
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