Public hearings on United States war crimes.

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Public hearings on United States war crimes.
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Series of five group talks and presentations which examine United States actions in the Gulf War: motives for war, American foreign policy, military actions, and the impact upon the peoples and environment of the Middle East. This program features the third panel.

r.1. pt.1. Introduction of the third panel / Samori Marksman -- pt.2. U.S. Conspiracy to initiate the war gainst Iraq / Brian Becker (15 min.) -- pt.3. The Continuing war and the Kurds : the U.S. role / Ali Azad (18 min.) -- pt.4. Demonization of Saddam Hussein : a violation of the U.N. convention against racism / Esmeralda Brown (13 min.) -- r.2. pt.5. U.S. bombing : the surgical myth of the Gulf War / Paul Walker (15 min.) -- pt.6. Impact of the war on African countries / Dr. Margarita Samad-Matias (15 min.).

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Stuyvesant High School, New York, 11 May 1991.
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Item duration: 
2 reels (77 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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