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WATCH: Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman Discusses Washington Post Sale on MSNBC's “Melissa Harris-Perry” Show

DN! in the NewsAugust 10, 2013

Democracy Now!'s award-winning host Amy Goodman appeared on MSNBC's “Melissa Harris-Perry” on the Saturday show to discuss the sale of the The Washington Post to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the March on Washington and the RNC controversy over Hillary Clinton films. Watch the videos below to see much of the conversation, or click the links for each segment.

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