The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 17, 2005


7:00

The Berkeley Peace and Justice Commission.
Rita Maran, ex-commissioner, President of the United Nations
Association of the East Bay and lecturer on International Human
Rights Law at UCB;
Michael Sherman, commissioner;
Elliott Cohen, commissioner


7:30

David Bacon on Labor. Berkeley Honda;
Bill Mixell, service adviser, worker and striker;
Tim Paulsen, head of Labor Council in San Francisco about special election


8:00


Assoc. Producer Joy Maulitz interviewed Sherill Tippins, author of
February House: W.H.Audin, Carson McCullens, Jane and Paul Bowles,
Benjamin Britain, Gypsy Rose Lee Under One Roof in Wartime


8:30

Norman Solomon, author of the new book War Made Easy: How Presidents
and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death
and the essay "Someone Tell Frank Rich The War Is Not Over" at commondreams.org

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