Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – June 13, 2004

First Hour
Remembering the Real Reagan

Guests include Robert Parry, author, Fooling America: How Washington Insiders Twist the Truth and Manufacture the Conventional Wisdom (Dimensions, 1992); Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, ethnic studies professor, Cal State Hayward, author, With Miskitus and Sandinistas in the Undeclared War on Nicaragua (Fall 2004, South End Press); Gray Brechin, georgraphy department, UC Berkeley, co-author Farewell, Promised Land: Waking from the California Dream (UC Press); and California Assemblywoman Jackie Goldberg, chair, Assmbly Education Committee, Free Speech Movement Activist, UC Berkeley, 1964.

Second Hour
And Not a Drop to Drink

Guests: Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman, film procucers, Thirst: Is Water a Human Right or a Commodity? (PBS/POV July 13).

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