Jonathan Miller's "The Atheism Tapes" is a six-part sequel to his "Brief History of Disbelief" series.

In part 4 playwright Arthur Miller and Jonathan Miller talk about disbelief and their experiences of anti-Semitism. He was born to moderately affluent Jewish-American parents, Isidore and Augusta Miller, in Manhattan, New York City, in 1915. Wall Street Crash of 1929 after which his family moved to humbler quarters in Gravesend, Brooklyn.

Because of the effects of the Great Depression on his family, Miller did not have money for college after graduating in 1932 from Abraham Lincoln High School (New York). Before securing a place at the University of Michigan, he worked in a number of menial jobs to pay for his tuition. He continued working in Ann Arbor to supplement his income.

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Comment by Martin Snowden on April 7, 2009 at 8:45pm
This six-part sequel to a Brief History of Disbelief is also available on DVD: http://www.alivemindmedia.com/films/the-atheism-tapes/

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