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Randall Kennedy

June 05, 1997
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Guests

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.

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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