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In John Adams’ new Gold Rush opera, cultures clash with a tragic ending
PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct.19, 2020
Published on 22 Nov 2017, 0:22
More allegations of sexual misconduct in high-profile industries have led to resignations, suspensions and firings. What kind of consequences should the accused face? Lisa Desjardins recaps the latest political complaints and Judy Woodruff sits down with Rebecca Traister of New York Magazine and Maya Raghu of the National Women's Law Center to discuss what recourse should be available to victims.
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