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Democracy Now! August 13, 1997

Program Title:
Democracy Now! August 13, 1997
Series Title:
PRA Archive #: 
PZ0287.387
Description: 

CIA Documents; Domestic Violence; Moon and the Republican Right

(14 Minutes) CIA Documents CIA coming under fire re: stonewalling the release of decades-old documents. It is making an official US diplomatic history the target of ridicule and scorn. GUEST: Warren F. Kimball, prof. of American diplomatic history of Rutgers University. He is the head of a 9-member advisory panel appointed by the Secretary of State and mandated by Congress to oversee official accounts of US diplomatic history. GUEST: Pat M. Holt, former chief of staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. (19 Minutes) Domestic Violence Discussion on battered women's shelters and whether they should be kept secret or publicized. GUEST: Linda S. Baechle (Beck-Lee), exec. dir. of St. Jude House, women's shelter in Crown Point , IN. GUEST: Pat Smith, exec. dir. of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence based in Denver, CO. (17 Minutes) Moon and the Republican Right Investigative journalist Robert Parry has just completed an exhaustive five part series on the Reverend Sun Myung Moon and his political money machine in the United States.

Date Recorded on: 
August 13, 1997
Date Broadcast on: 
August 13, 1997
Item duration: 
59:00
Distributor: 
WPFW; Julie Drizin, Amy Goodman; August 13, 1997
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