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Tuesday, August 3, 2004

  • Larry Flynt: The Country’s Greatest Defender of Free Speech or a Woman-Hating Pornographer?


    Democracy Now! talks with the famed publisher of Hustler about President Bush, his lawsuit against Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, the Clinton impeachment hearings, Gloria Steinem and free speech. [includes rush transcript]

  • Frank "Big Black" Smith: 1933-2004


    A look at the life of "Big Black" who was tortured during the Attica prison massacre of 1971 and became the leader of a 26-year court battle by former prisoners against the state of New York. He died on Saturday. We talk to his attorneys and friends Elizabeth Fink and Daniel Meyers. [includes rush transcript]