Insight: News Network / Minimum Wage / Tom Gjelten / "The Wine Bible"
One of the major stories for Sacramento is a proposal to raise the city’s minimum wage.
UC Davis historian Eric Rauchway has written a number of books about the Depression era. He joins Insight by phone tell us more about President Roosevelt’s battle to create a federal minimum wage.
NPR correspondent Tom Gjelten has a new book called “A Nation of Nations” that tells how America has changed since the 1965 Immigration and Naturalization Act, and about how it affected five families.
“The Wine Bible” is the best selling American book ever on wine, in part because it’s also one of the most readable. There’s now a second edition and Insight will chat with author Karen MacNeil.