The Nobel Peace Prize, The Royal Proclamation, And A Documentary On Nuclear Near-Misses
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On today's show:
- Less than a week after Colombian voters rejected a peace deal between the government and the FARC, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to President Juan Manuel Santos. Will the Nobel help salvage the peace accord?
- For today's World History Minute, old King George III's Royal Proclamation of 1763.
- Film contributor Milos Stehlik joins us to discuss two films opening this weekend, Birth of a Nation and American Honey.
- In 1980, a nuclear accident at a rural Arkansas missile silo was nearly-catastrophic. The event is the subject of a new documentary showing at the Siskel Film Center.