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Wednesday, May 21, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: THE MAYHEM INDEX.
1997-05-21

Discussion on Bill Richardson with Juan Gonzalez.

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Chris Mooney, Author of the new book, “Storm World: Hurricanes, Politics and the Battle over Global Warming.” Mooney is the Washington correspondent for Seed Magazine and author of the New York Times bestseller “The Republican War on Science.”

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Juan Gonzalez joins Amy to discuss recent conversations he has had with Bill Richardson as well as comedian Jacky Mason and the New York City police commissioner Howard Safir. Juan had been invited to speak with the police commissioner about a piece he had done about racism in the military.

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