The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 15, 2003

7:00 am
Clovis Maksoud, Director of the Center for the
Global South at American University (202) 885-1519 or 1612
As’ad Abu Khalil, Prof. Political Science at Cal State Stanislaus, author of Saudi Arabia and the US: The Tale of the Good Taliban.
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7:30 am
Bush and International Law.
Roger Normand, Executive Director of the Center for Economic and Social Rights, co-author of Tearing Up the Rules: The Illegality of Invading Iraq, and
Norman Solomon, Executive Director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, co-author of “Target Iraq”

8:00 am
Majoring in Activism: Michael McAvoy, academic vice president of New College, Derek Smith, New College student, Lian Cheun, Director of the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program at the Center for Third World Organizing.

8:30 am
Elaine Hagopian, Prof. Emerita of Sociology at Simmons
College, and Larry Everest, author of Oil, Power and Empire: Iraq
and the US Global Agenda
.

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