David Wessel, economics editor for the Wall Street Journal and pens a weekly column, "Capital" that examines the economy and forces that shape living standards around the world.
He is a regular contributor on National Public Radio and WETA's Washington Week and wrote the Financial Times Business Book of the Year 2009 finalist, "In Fed We Trust: Ben Bernanke's War on the Great Panic." The book was also selected as one of the "Most Notable Books of 2009" by The New York Times.
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|The War--Nebraska Stories: Latino Pride||In Mexican American traditional culture, patriotism is very important. Many Nebraskans with Mexican...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Mexican Americans Chosen First||Vietnam veteran Marty Ramirez and World War II veteran Nick Garcia discuss why Mexican Americans...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Heroes Not Welcome||By the end of the World War II, the Tuskegee Airmen had destroyed 261 enemy aircraft. The "Redtails...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Radical Experiment--Tuskegee||Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military. But in 1941, an Army...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot||Rick Wallace interviews Willie Trip about his experiences at the Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: War Letters||This video is one of the many stories of a mother experiencing both the anxiety of sending her son...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Munich Air Strike||The city of Munich, Germany was hit by 71 Allied air raids over a period of six years. In 1945, as...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Sunk Ship near Iwo Jima||Richard Kaplan ended up in the Pacific Ocean near Iwo Jima when his ship was sunk by Japanese...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Peleliu Island||In September, 1944, General MacArthur thought the Palau Islands needed to be re-taken from the...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Exercise Tiger||In Exercise Tiger, Richard Connell relates the disappointment of a failed mission. In April 1944,...|