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Friday, September 10, 2004

  • Buffalo, 9/11 and the War at Home

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    On the eve of the third anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks we take a look at one of the cities in this country hardest hit by the 9/11 aftermath–Buffalo, New York. We speak Bruce Jackson, a professor of American Culture at SUNY Buffalo and editor of the web journal BuffaloReport.com. [includes rush transcript]

  • Father of U.S. Soldier En Route to Iraq Speaks Out

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    As the number of US soldier deaths in Iraq surpassed 1,000, we speak with Gary Earl Ross, a university professor and playwright whose son David was recently deployed to Iraq. [includes rush transcript]

  • Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire

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    We hear an excerpt of a new documentary by the Media Education Foundation, "Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire" which examines how the Bush administration used Sept. 11 to transform American foreign policy and enter a phase of so-called preemptive warfare while rolling back civil liberties and social programs at home. [includes rush transcript]

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