WW II Vet, Ethics, Culture Critic
Dakota Midday - 09/13/2007
Segment 1 –To begin today’s Dakota Midday, host Paul Guggenheimer introduces a pre-recorded interview with Sid Engman, a World War II Veteran and Vermillion native who fought with Patton’s 3rd Army, was taken prisoner by the Germans and barely survived the ordeal. Next, Paul interviews Randy Douglas, co-author of a book called “Integrity at Work,” about making ethical decisions in an unethical world. And, in the third segment of the show, Sioux Falls Argus Leader culture critic, Robert Morast returns to share the latest critiques.
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