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Shows featuring Rep. Maxine Waters

  • Jamaica, Venezuela Refuse to Recognize U.S.-Backed Haitian Government Maxwell
    Two days after President Aristide defied the Bush administration and the Haitian government by returning to the Caribbean, we go to Kingston, Jamaica to get a report from a veteran Jamaican journalist. [includes transcript]
    March 17, 2004 | Story
  • Haiti’s History: Noam Chomsky Traces Underpinnings Of Aristide’s Ouster Back To 1991-1994 Coup Chomsky
    We hear an excerpt of MIT professor Noam Chomsky speaking days before President Aristide was flown to the Central African Republic about the first coup against Aristide in the early 1990s. [includes transcript]
    March 17, 2004 | Story
  • Miscounts, Changed Votes, No Paper Trail: Is Electronic Voting a Threat to Democracy? Elecvoting3
    Malfunctioning software in electronic voting machines has already caused confusion or possibly faulty vote tallies in races across the country. We speak with a San Diego poll worker about problems she witnessed with voting machines, a member of Pax Christi USA, which will send international monitors to observe the presidential election in Florida and a computer science professor who has led the...
    March 10, 2004 | Story
  • Haiti Capital Braces For Attack Haiti27a
    Port-au-Prince is on edge with flaming barricades up across the city and armed masked men patrolling the streets as the Haitian capital braces for an assault by armed gangs opposed to President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. We go to Haiti to hear a report from the streets of Port-au-Prince.
    February 27, 2004 | Story