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2001-09-28

Out of the Ashes: New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani Tries to Ride Rubble to Re-Election

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New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani disclosed yesterday that he is asking the mayoral candidates to make an unprecedenteddeal with him to "maintain the unity" in the city following the brutal attacks on the World Trade Center.

In particular, he is attempting to delay the January 1st inauguration and circumvent term limit laws so that he holdon to office.

Guests:

  • Wayne Barret, The Village Voice.
  • Papoletto Melendez, poet and activist.

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