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Democracy Now! July 31, 1997

Program Title:
Democracy Now! July 31, 1997
Series Title:
PRA Archive #: 
PZ0287.378
Description: 

Tobacco Deal; Tobacco; Campaign Finance Abuse; Suicide Bombing; Cambodia

Tobacco Deal The Institute for Policy Studies and the Stakeholder Alliance have released a new study regarding the tobacco industry's proposed settlement prior to Senate hearings. GUEST: Sarah Anderson of the Institute for Policy Studies. Tobacco A new scientific study regarding hazards ammonia and nicotine have on the body. GUEST: Dr. James Pankow, Prof. of Environmental Science and Engineering at the Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technolgy, is author of the study. Campaign Finance Abuse TAPE OF: Hearings. Michael Cardozo, head of Clinton's legal defense fund questioned by Senators John Glenn (D-OH) and Bob Bennett (R-UT) Suicide Bombing 15 people died and 150 injured in a suicide bombing in Jewish West Jerusalem yesterday. GUEST: Phyllis Bennis, fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. She is a longtime Middle East correspondent. Cambodia Photos of prisoners in Tuol Slen prison during the Khmer Rouge's reign. GUEST: Chris Riley, co-director of the Photo Archive Group and co-editor of The Killing Fields, a book that features the photos of 100 of the 6000 found negatives of the cambodian victims. GUEST: Doug Niven, co-director of the Photo Archive Group.

Date Recorded on: 
July 31, 1997
Date Broadcast on: 
July 31, 1997
Item duration: 
59:00
Distributor: 
WPFW; Julie Drizin, Amy Goodman; July 31, 1997
Rights Summary: 
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