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Shows featuring Katherine Redford

  • Oil Giant Chevron Urged to Cut Ties with Burmese Military Junta Redfordkweb
    Chevron is one of the largest foreign investors in Burma and is the only remaining major U.S. corporation with a significant presence there. In 2005, Chevron bought the company Unocal weeks after the latter settled a lawsuit accusing it of assisting the Burmese military junta in the torture, murder and rape of villagers during construction of a pipeline. We play excerpts of the documentary...
    October 12, 2007 | Story
  • VOTING AND DEMOCRACY
    With the huge amounts of money spent in nationwide elections, and the time candidates devote to raising those precious dollars, it might appear obvious that money is the most important factor in determining whether a candidate wins an election.
    August 19, 1997 | Story