The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 21, 2009 at 7:00am

The inauguration of President Barack Obama with Clarence Lusane, Prof. of International Relations, American Univ. and author of "No Easy Victories: History of Blacks in Elected Office". Then David Bacon, labor correspondent talks with Bill Fletcher about labor and the Obama Administration. In the second hour a new Morning Show feature that will follow the first 100 Days, Letter from Washington, with Mitch Jeserich. Wrapping up the show more thoughts on the Obama Administration with Marcus Raskin, co-founder of Institute for Policy Studies, and co-author with Robert Spero of "Four Freedoms Under Siege: The National Security State". Followed by Dr Randolph Delehanty, historian for the Presidio Trust speaking about the History of the White House.

 

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