Arthur Miller (born 1915) is a theatrical legend – winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the Kennedy Center Honors for Lifetime Achievement, and many other honors. Creator of Death of a Salesman, The Crucible, Misfits, etc.
This commemorates the 500th anniversary of the landfall in the “New World” by Christopher Columbus. It features the first words that Columbus (who may have been of Jewish ancestry) wrote in his log: “After you expelled the Jews your majesties sent me with a fleet.”
Exceptional portraits of pioneering labor leaders Samuel Gompers (founder of AF of L) and Sidney Hillman (founder of CIO), along with a dramatic scene of workers picketing for better working conditions and living wages.