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Tuesday, May 28, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Public Housing Reform
1996-05-28

Militias In Congress

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The influence of the militia movement is now being felt within the Republican Party. The 1994 election of Helen Chenoweth of Idaho and Steve Stockman of Texas to the U.S. Congress were just the beginning. Now, a new crop is vying for power in this year’s elections and, as Pacifica’s Don Rush reports, they have a good chance of winning.


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