Over the past century, an American industrial revolution has given rise to the biggest, most productive food machine the world has ever known. In this episode, host Yul Kwon explores how this machine...
A young man tries to get away from his family's overwhelming power, but when he accidentally kills a local thug, his fate will be intricately linked to his father's. A woman, who for years ... See full summary »
A six-night miniseries presenting the history of how the United States was invented, looking at the moments where Americans harnessed technology to advance human progress -- from the rigors... See full summary »
A fascinating look at how American agricultural policy and food culture developed in the 20th century, and how the California food movement rebelled against big agribusiness to launch the local organic food movement.
Lewis Black takes on pretentious politicians, sell-out celebrities and all those things and ideas you thought you could trust. Using his acerbic wit and personal wise-cracks, he reminds us ... See full summary »
A journey inside the world of real life caped crusaders. From all over America, these self-proclaimed crime fighters, don masks, homemade costumes and elaborate utility belts in an attempt to bring justice to evildoers everywhere.
Mr Kwon, don't stop now, you have an excellent show
This critique from an engineer background nothing but admires what was learned Public t.v.
There were also powerful truths brought out in the transportation system episode in Los Angeles, regarding how past decades trolley systems are now being realized needed again because, freeway gridlock made by the conspirators GMC, Standard Oil, Firestone were determined post WWII make L.A. into what is automobile seen today.
The only refute would come from idiot attorneys using corporate law to protect their corporation from the obvious wrongs started then, to make what we see today.
The mention of bridges being asphalt stripped where trolley tracks HAD been covered to make new the use of trolley cars again speaks for itself.
Mr Kwon, keep America Revealed going and thanks.
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