Eugene Jarecki's explosive new film on the long-running U.S. "war on drugs" debuts today to some great reviews. It takes its title from this 1940s songs, "The House That I Live In," and uses this Paul Robeson version over its end credits. There's also a famous Frank Sinatra version--see the film short below, pleading for tolerance, which won an Oscar.
Friday, October 5, 2012
The Song Behind New 'Drug War' Doc
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