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Wednesday, April 17, 1996

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  • CLINTON VERSUS DOLE ON FOREIGN POLICY.

    This week has been a big week on foreign policy between Clinton’s visit to Asia, Israeli bombing of Hezbollah in Lebanon. News analyst Phyllis Bennis puts it all into perspective.

  • YOUNG DEMOCRATS.

    Last weekend, Pacifica National Affairs Correspondent LARRY BENSKY was in Georgia where he attended a conference of Young Democrats. He pulled together a group mostly African American twenty-something party activists to talk about their political perspectives.

  • THE POLITICS OF MEANING.

    Yesterday we aired an excerpt of a speech by Michael Lerner of Tikkun Magazine at a summit on ethics and meaning in Washington D.C. Today we air a response by Harvard University Professor Cornel West.

  • Black-Latino Coalitions

    After the recent beating of undocumented immigrants in Southern California, Democracy Now! co- host SALIM MUWAKKIL started thinking about the importance of building coalitions between African Americans and Latinos and invited State Senator Jesus Garcia to join him for a dialogue about this issue.