Manage episode 268389427 series 1784173
Jerry Brown, the former California Governor, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss President Trump’s decision to send federal agents into Portland to quell the unrest. He says this is unprecedented and ‘pure politics’. Joachim Kersten, chair of police science at the German Police University, and Neil Gross, sociology professor at Colby College, talk about what America can learn from German policing. They trace how Germany changed its police training after World War II. Then our Michel Martin speaks to Margaret Sullivan, media columnist at The Washington Post and author of "Ghosting the News", about the impact of coronavirus on local journalism.
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