British social worker and founder of The Child Migrants Trust, Margaret Humphreys, tells the tragic story of a group of child migrants taken from Britain to Australia in the 1940s and 1950s and her efforts to reunite the separated family members. Also, wine critic Robert Parker discusses his receiving of the French Legion of Honor, book Bordeaux: A Comprehensive Guide to the Wines Produced from 1961 to 1997, and his magazine The Wine Advocate. Finally, author Elizabeth Drew shares her book about unethical practices in politics and campaign-election reform, The Corruption in American Politics.
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