"The person is gone, the policy remains": what does this mean for Afghanistan? PLUS: Wes "Scoop" Nisker has a new stage show opening at Berkeley Rep: we hear all about it. AND: we talk with a man who has played a vital role in some of the biggest liberation struggles of modern time. with host Kris Welch, noon to one.
guests: Conn Hallinan, columnist, Foreign Policy in Focus
Wes "Scoop" Nisker, author (The Big Bang, the Buddha and the Baby Boom, etc.), teacher, editor (Inquiring Mind); performance artist ("Crazy Wisdom Save the World Again" at the Berkeley Rep)
George Houser, co-founder Congress on Racial Equality; WW II draft-resister; founder Americans for South African Resistance; founder American Committee on Africa; author ("No One Can Stop the Rain: Glimpses of Africa's Liberation Struggle"); co-author "I Will Go Singing: Walter Sisulu Speaks of His Life and the Struggle for Freedom in South Africa"