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“A Shortcut Through 2002,” Featuring George W. Bush, Trent Lott, Strom Thurmond, Martin Luther King, Jr., Phil Berrigan, Joe Strummer and Many Others

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As has become a tradition on Democracy Now!, we look back on the year with Peter Bochan. Today we play excerpts from his 'A Shortcut Through 2002.'

Peter Bochan is a WBAI-Pacifica Radio producer. His program, 'All Mixed Up' airs every Saturday afternoon on WBAI 99.5 fm in New York City.

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  • Excerpts from 'A Shortcut Through 2002,' produced by Peter Bochan, 12/31/02.

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