Guantanamo memoir | Why Men Fake It | David Suzuki

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Larry Siems of PEN talks about a newly declassified memoir by Guantanamo detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi. It's a harrowing, first-person account of beatings and humiliations, but also reveals with surprising warmth, the bond that can develop between prisoners and their guards. Abraham Morgentaler -- Harvard Medical School professor and founder/director of Men's Health Boston -- on his book, Why Men Fake It: The Totally Unexpected Truth About Men and Sex.  Canada's leading environmental champion David Suzuki talks about how "helicopter parents" are raising a generation of kids that are disconnected from nature, and as a result, oblivious to the plight of the planet. 

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