Pounding on windows, yelling Stop the Count; the tactics of physical intimidation (led by the president’s men) succeeded in crushing democracy in the US election of 2000. On part one, our guest historian Robert Toplin tells the story where fear prevailed. In the second segment, author Edward McClelland tells how women took the lead, smashed windows, and stood up to company thugs and police to win workers rights in Flint 1937. And a middle class thus came to being. And he suggests a statue to Genora Johnson needs to be built.