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Sunday Sedition

Sunday Sedition: The 2008 US Presidential Election has sent a clear message to the world. – November 23, 2008

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The American people have rejected the foreign and domestic policies of President Bush. But do Obama's early signal a change that goes no further than returning to the Clinton year's? Chris Hedges, senior fellow at The Nation Institute and author of many books will join us to give his perspective.  We'll also take a historical perspective on the Bush's legacy with Marilyn Young, professor of history at NYU and Dr. Vincent Harding, historian, activist, author and educator.  In the second hour, we will go to Fort Benning, Georgia to hear the protesters pushing for the closure of the School of the Americas (SOA/WHINSEC) and asking for a change and a new direction in U.S. foreign policy and we'll talk to the executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights Vincent Warren about his organizations goals under a new government.

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