On Wednesday's "All Things Considered" Schorr speaks honestly on the network about his views on welfare, social security and the way our society is shifting to very poor and very wealthy. His view is an educated one, having lived in various countries, worked under the tootilage of "Edward R Murrow's boys", lived and reported through over a half a decade of history and interviewed most every president during his tenure as a reporter.
I suggest you listen to the full commentary rather than simply read the text summary.
What are your feelings and/or observations on what he has to say?
How do you feel about the topic covered?
Photos from NPR.org inlude Daniel Schorr just before his 90th birthday in 2004, and Schorr on NBC's "Meet the Press" in 2001.
Since this was first posted, Daniel Schorr has passed way and is missed by NPR listeners, the journalism community and all of those who respect history, facts, and percpective. Click here for photos, audio and obit from July 23, 2010. Schorr was 94 and still working.