Thursday, December 30, 2004

  • Democracy Now!’s 2004 Year-In-Review

    2004yearender

    We look back at 2004 including the presidential race, the continuing war in Iraq, the U.S.-backed coup in Haiti, the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, the deaths of Ronald Reagan and Yasser Arafat, the catastrophic Indian Ocean tsunami and much more. Voices include:

    Ali Abunimah, Jean Bertrand Aristide
    John Ashcroft, George W. Bush
    Wesley Clark, Richard Clarke
    David Cobb, David Cole
    Howard Dean, Ani DiFranco
    Steve Earle, Robert Fisk
    Michael Franti, Whoopi Goldberg
    Margaret Hassan, Seymour Hersh
    Jeremy Hinzman, Dolores Huerta
    Dahr Jamail, John Kerry
    Dennis Kucinich, Lila Lipscomb
    Rahul Mahajan, Jimmy Massey
    Wangari Maathai, Zell Miller
    Yanar Mohammad, Michael Moore
    Bill Moyers, Ralph Nader
    Barbara Olshansky, Condoleezza Rice
    Randall Robinson, Arundhati Roy
    Donald Rumsfeld, Rev. Al Sharpton
    Mordechai Vanunu, Maxine Waters. [includes rush transcript]

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