Rod Serling and the Conscience of a Generation

by Marek Breiger “I would like television to produce some itching pills rather than this endless outpouring of tranquilizers . . .” —Edward R. Murrow Rod Serling, born eighty-five years ago on December 25th, 1924, was not only the creator of The Twilight Zone, but an important and irreplaceable mid-century American writer. He employed the […]

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