Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – December 21, 2003


First Hour: "Who’s Watching Us, How and Why – Citizen Surveillance After
9/11"

Guests Include: Ted Morgan, author, Reds: McCarthyism in Twentieth Century America (Random House); Christian Parenti, author, The Soft Cage:
Surveillance in America
(Basic Books); and Maria Blanco, Executive
Director, San Francisco Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights (formerly with
Mexican American Legal Defense Fund, and Equal Rights Advocates).


Second Hour: "Holiday Shopping Till Dropping: What Consumer Culture Really
Does"

Guest: Tim Kasser, Associate Professor of Psychology, Knox College, author The High Price of Materialism (MIT Press)

Listener questions/coments welcome both hours at Sunday Salon’s toll-free
number: 1-800-958-9008, or via e-mail: sundaysalon@kpfa.org

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