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Tuesday, October 2, 2001 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Gandhi’s Birthday, Part II: A Choice Between...
2001-10-02

Sounds of Anti War Protest in Washington, DC

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More 10,000 anti-war demonstrators converged in Washington, DC this weekend, to denounce the Bush administration’s plans for military intervention in Afghanistan. Yesterday on the program we went to the sounds of protest on the streets. Today we return to Washington with these interviews.

Tape:

  • Stan Goff
  • Ellen Barfield and Larry Egbert, Veterans for Peace.

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