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Democracy Now : December 17 : Child Labor. Us Justice System

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Democracy Now : December 17 : Child Labor. Us Justice System
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PZ0287.216
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Democracy Now : December 17 : Child Labor. Us Justice System / Pacifica Foundation| Produced by Julie Drizin and Amy Goodman| hosted by Amy Goodman. - Democracy Now is a daily election year program which takes an in-depth look at the political landscape and interviews visionaries from all walks of life, including members of grassroots organizations who challenge the status quo. - CONTENT: pt.1. Political headlines (3:00) -- pt.2. Child labor in the US| guests Dorianne Beyer, Attorney and Executive Director of Defense for Children International, Donna Lynch, Social Studies Teacher in Clifton Park, New York who has been active in child labor issues since the early 1980's and Maria Echaveste, Administrator Wage and Hour Division of the US Department of Labor and who grew up in California where she and her six brothers and sisters joined their farmworker parents working in the fields (16:00) pt.3. US Justice System, the corporate firms who break the law and assault workers' rights to organize, patients rights to competant health care and consumers' rights to product safety| guest Ralph Nader, author of book "No Contest: the Corporate Lawyers and the Perversion of Justice in America", co-written with Wesley J. Smith (10:00) -- pt.4. More with Ralph Nader (17:00) - Broadcast December 17, 1996.

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