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Pushback against Gov. Brad Little’s (R) stay-at-home order has spawned protests and other public demonstrations. It’s also drawn comparisons to the Nazi regime, and even Adolf Hitler himself, which some say are out of touch with reality.

On The Tuesday, June 19, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters:

Jun 18, 2018

  • Early screenings for depression.
  • Holocaust education in Idaho.
  • Insuring therapy for youths with autism.
  • Boise's best hiking spots.

This interview was originally broadcast in November, 2005.

In 2005, Reader's Corner had the privilege of welcoming author Samuel Pisar to the program.  He was one of the youngest survivors of the Holocaust, an adviser to President John F. Kennedy, a friend and admirer of Idaho Senator Frank Church and a world renowned international lawyer. Over the course of an hour – twice as long as the interview was scheduled to last  –  Dr. Pisar shared stories from his extraordinary life, including how he survived the Nazi death camps and finally managed to escape.