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Friday, December 30, 2005

  • 2005 in Review: Power, Politics and Resistance

    2005yearendpart1

    Today, part one of our special look back at 2005, including George W. Bush’s inaugeration and protests against election fraud, the occupation of Iraq, the conviction of attorney Lynne Stewart, the appointment of John Bolton to the UN, the revelation of Deep Throat, the conviction of Edgar Ray Killen for killing the three civil rights workers in 1964, and much more.

    Featuring the voices of:

    Colin Powell, Allan Nairn
    Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Jessie Jackson Jr.
    George Bush, Ossie Davis
    Maya Angelou, Harry Belafonte
    Dahr Jamail, Robert Fisk
    Ghazwaan Al-Mukhtar, George Galloway
    Barbara Boxer, Condoleezza Rice
    Robert Byrd, Peter Kornbluh
    John Negroponte, Alberto Gonzales
    Orrin Hatch, Ted Kennedy
    Lynne Stewart, Bill Quigley
    Tom DeLay, Ken Goodman
    George Voinovich, John Bolton
    Giuliana Sgrena, John Stauber
    Tim Rieser, Ricardo Alarcon
    Jose Pertierra, Scott McClellan
    Bill Moyers, Timothy Karr
    Jim Shultz, Carlos Mesa
    Mike Gravel, Jennifer Dohrn
    Donald Rumsfeld, Mike Honda
    Amy Hagopian, Simbi Veke Mubako
    Wellington Chibebe, Flash Sharrar
    Michael Scherer, Magdalano Rose-Avila
    Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Cindy Sheehan
    John Conyers, Claire Short
    Chris Chafe, Linda Chavez-Thompson
    Bernie Sanders, Carolyn Goodman
    Steven Schwerner, Ben Chaney
    and Keith Beauchamp.

    Tune in Monday, January 2 2006 for Part 2 of our look back at 2005. [includes rush transcript]

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