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Thursday, June 5, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Tape of Nkechi Taifa–Howard University School...
1997-06-05

Randall Kennedy

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James Ridgeway, Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones. Author the new article "In Search of John Doe No. 2: the Story the Feds Never Told about the Oklahoma City Bombing."

Jesse Trentadue, Salt Lake City-based attorney whose brother Kenney Trentadue died in prison in August 1995.

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Randall Kennedy of Harvard Law School speaks with Amy about race, justice and law enforcement in the United States.

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- Randall Kennedy–Professor of Harvard Law School and author of the book Race Crime and the Law

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