Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – April 15, 2007

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In the first hour…

Zdena Berger is a holocaust survivor; she spent the war years as a prisoner of the Germans in several concentration camps, including
Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen. Her new novel, "Tell Me Another Morning" (Paris Press) is based on her experiences coming of age in the camps, and under the occupation.

Then at 9:30…

A discussion with organizers and participants in the upcoming Jewish Voice for Peace Conference: "Pursuing Justice for Israel/Palestine: Changing Minds, Challenging US Policy" (

And, at 9:45…

On the 58th anniversary of KPFA Radio and the Pacifica Network… a talk with one of the founders, Richard Moore…

And, in the second hour…

Tax Day. We’ll look at how military spending effects the economy, how secret military contracts effect taxpayers, and how to engage in war tax resistance…


Dean Baker, economist, Center for Economic Policy Research (

Jeremy Scahill, reporter and author of the new book, "Blackwater: The
Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army (Nation Books)."

And, at 10:45…

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is set to testify this week about the
firings of 8 U.S. Attorneys… Larry takes a look at what might happen
with American University Professor of Constitutional Law (and Maryland
State Senator) Jamin Raskin..

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