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Friday, April 12, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Judicial Conscientious Objection
1996-04-12

Third Parties

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The National Independent Politics Summit opens today in Atlanta. Is the third party strategy a good one for the left? Some believe it the best hope progressives have of getting their agenda taken seriously, others believe forming third parties will only serve to further isolate the left.

HOST: LARRY BENSKY

GUESTS:
TED GLICK, Coordinator of the National Independent Politics Summit

JIM WEINSTEIN, editor of IN THESE TIMES, the progressive magazine based in Chicago.

LINDA MARTIN, of the Draft Nader Campaign


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