PRESCOTT, AZ—The film American Feud: A History of Conservatives and Liberals, will be shown on April 26 at the Prescott Public Library as part of a series of documentaries hosted by the Democratic Women of the Prescott Area, (DWPA).
The event, which is open to the public, is scheduled at the later time of 6:30 p.m. (previously set at 5:30) in the Founders Suite A&B. Seating is first-come, first-served.
American Feud is a 90-minute documentary on the history of political terminology and ideology, told in a humorous, fact-filled way. The School Library Journal said of the film, “…American Feud offers an insightful and refreshingly unbiased review of how we got to where we are in the political divide.”
Shown in several film festivals, the documentary uses interviews with a variety of polarizing figures, such as G. Gordon Liddy, radio talk show host and Watergate conspirator, as well as Howard Zinn, a “liberal” historian and author. Others include authors Thomas Frank, Kevin Phillips, Michael Barone and Michael Kazin. In addition, Libertarian scholar David Boaz, Mona Charen, a syndicated columnist, Donna Brazile, a Democratic strategist and Lee Edwards, a Goldwater campaign aide, weigh in on their perspectives.
For more information, go to http://www.americanfeud.org.
Groups interested in co-sponsoring a film or providing a speaker should contact Toni Denis, DWPA vice chairwoman, at (928) 778-5942 or (631) 848-3983.