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The Morning Show : Jon Beaupre - November 5, 2001

Program Title:
The Morning Show : Jon Beaupre - November 5, 2001
PRA Archive #: 
KZ2823
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The Morning Show : Jon Beaupre - November 5, 2001 [Program during Fall Fund Drive at KPFK] Content: Offshore money laundering keeps terrorist newtorks alive. Bill Allison, senior ed. Center for Public Integrity, co-author of "The Cheating of America"; How corporations changed America: Jack Beatty, author of "Colossus: how the corporation changed America"; Bush seeks broader, tougher germ treaty: bioterrorism. Rensselaer Lee, author of "Smuggling Armageddon: the nuclear black market in the former Soviet Union and Europe; Exporting America, Nancy Snow, UCLA, author of "Propaganda Inc.: selling America's culture to the world"; Ruben Martinez, author of "Crossing Over: a Mexican family on the migrant trail" Premiums offered in addition to the above books: "Media control: the spectacular achievements of propaganda" by Noam Chomsky and "It's the media stupid" by John Nichols and Robert McChesney. Also, Noam Chomsky CD "Propaganda and control of the Public Mind".

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Date Recorded on: 
November 5, 2001
Date Broadcast on: 
November 5, 2001
Item duration: 
120 min.
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Los Angeles, Pacifica Radio Archives, 2001
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