The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 31, 2005

7:00 am
Iraq election results and analysis. Phyllis Bennis, fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.

7:23 am
Free Speech Radio News Correspondent Mitch Jeserich
interviews Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey about her resolution to withdraw
troops from Iraq.

7:30 am
The Religious Left: Historical perspectives (part 1 of 2) Rosalie Riegle, professor of English at Saginaw State University, author of Mystery and Myth Dorothy Day, the Catholic Worker and the Peace Movement;
Dr. Lawrence H. Mamiya, Professor of Religious/Africana Studies, Vassar, co-author of The Black Church in the African American Experience;
Dr. Judith Plaskow, Jewish Feminist Theologian, Professor Religious
Studies, Manhattan College, co-founder and editor of The Journal of
Feminist Studies in Religion
.

8:00 am
Deborah J. Rhode, professor of law at Stanford University;
author of Access to Justice.

8:30 am
Simon Singh, author of Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe.

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