Over the past 20 years, filmmaker Ken Burns has become the country’s American history teacher, with his astute documentaries on the Civil War, Mark Twain, baseball, jazz, and the Dust Bowl. Next up is a film on Franklin, Eleanor, and Theodore Roosevelt, which will air next year, followed by one on the Vietnam War.
Filmmaker and history fan
May 11, 2013
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