Friday, December 3, 2004

  • New Ohio Vote Tallies Question Legitimacy of Election

    Ohiovote1204

    Democracy Now! co-host Juan Gonzalez of the New York Daily News investigates vote totals in Cleveland to reveal how possibly thousands of votes meant for John Kerry somehow ended up in the tallies of the two independent candidates.

  • Oil-for-Food Scandal: U.S.-Led Attack on the UN or Proof of Corruption That Could Take Down Kofi Annan?

    Un

    We host a debate on the United Nations oil-for-food scandal, a controversy that has been brewing for months. Some say it’s part of the US-led attack on the integrity of the United Nations as retribution for its stance on the invasion of Iraq; others say it shows corruption in the UN that reaches all the way up to the secretary general. [includes rush transcript]

  • Growing Up in the Weather Underground: A Father and Son Tell Their Story

    Radicalline

    We take a look at one American family’s tradition of resistance in a new book titled the Radical Line: From the Labor Movement to the Weather Underground, One Family’s Century of Conscience written by Thai Jones, son of Jeff Jones, a former member of the Weather Underground movement. [includes rush transcript]

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