The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 9, 2004

7:00 am
Haiti: Past and Present. Adam Hochschild frequently writes on topics of imperialism and colonialism in books such as King Leopold’s Ghost, and The Mirror at Midnight: a South African Journey. His upcoming book focuses (in part) on Haiti; Jean Beliard Lucien, general manager of Radio Lakay, a radio station that serves Haitian-Americans; and
Deepa Fernandes, anchor Free Speech Radio News, returned from Haiti this weekend.

7:30 am
Impeaching Bush. John Bonifaz, author of Warrior King: The Case for Impeaching George Bush, and Riva Enteen, National Coalition to Impeach Bush and Cheney.

8:00 am
Katherine S. Newman, co-author of Rampage: The Social
Roots of School Shootings
.

8:30 am
David Kirp, author of Shakespeare, Einstein, and the
Bottom Line: The Marketing of Higher Education

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