Thursday, September 26, 1996

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  • Tobacco and the Presidential Debates

    John Bloom, Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, talks about tobacco company sponsorship of the presidential debates. Bloom says that both Democrat and Republican voters support banning corporate sponsorship of presidential debates and campaigns.

  • House Immigration Bill

    This latest legislation allows states to refuse to fund education for children of future illegal immigrants, and denies numerous federal benefits.

  • Interview with Wole Soyinka

    Goodman speaks with NIgerian author and playwright Wole Soyinka, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986. Soyinka, in exile in America, will be speaking in Washington, while the UN discusses possible sanctions against the military dictatorship in Democracy.

  • Interview with Wole Soyinka, part 2

    Goodman speaks with NIgerian author and playwright Wole Soyinka, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986. Soyinka, in exile in America, will be speaking in Washington, while the UN discusses possible sanctions against the military dictatorship in Democracy.

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