Imagine if we'd had video cameras in the '60s (OK, I'm speaking as someone who was old enough to be around in the '60s; caught me). I wish old activist Tom Hayden had speculated what he could have done. Instead, he waxes philosophical about the power of the camera in politics. Sound bite: "Everyone should have a camera.... You can't really confront power with a camera. But you can expose power. You can disconnect power from its authority by showing how power is wielded. So there is potential democratizing of society if you have nonconformists with video cameras."