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Making Contact – June 4, 2004

ElectionWatch ’04:
"War on Terror"

After September 11th, 2001 the Bush administration created controversial policy at home and abroad in the name of homeland security. Increased surveillance, security searches, and military intervention in the Middle East have changed life in the United States. Many Arab, South Asian, and Muslim Americans have experienced an even greater reduction in their civil liberties. On this ElectionWatch ’04 edition, we take a look at how communities most impacted by Bush’s war on terror will vote in the upcoming 2004 elections. We also look at how the Patriot Act and the war in Iraq are playing a role in the election year. – www.radioproject.org

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