interviews - Dr. Hendrik Poinar, molecular evolutionary geneticist at McMaster University, Anthropology department.
music - Joe Patterson: Fox Race; Ed, Lonnie and G.D. Young: Jim and John; Back Roads to Cold Mountain
The thing most necessary, is to remove all those restraints which prevent the human mind from attainting its genuine strength. Implicit faith, blind submission to authority, timid fear, a distrust of our powers, an inattention to our own importance and the good purposes we are able to effect, these are the chief obstacles to human improvement. Democracy restores to man a consciousness of his value, teaches him, by the removal of authority and oppression, to listen only to the suggestions of reason, gives him confidence to treat all other men with frankness and simplicity, and induces him to regard them no longer, as enemies against whom to be upon his guard, but as brethren whom it becomes him to assist.