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Curt Goering ...
 Himself - Amnesty International 6 episodes, 2003
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 Himself - Historian, Boston University 6 episodes, 2003
Reed Brody ...
 Himself - Human Rights Watch 5 episodes, 2003
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 Himself - Political Analyst & Linguist, MIT 5 episodes, 2003
Greg Palast ...
 Himself - Investigative Reporter, BBC and The Guardian 5 episodes, 2003
Arno Mayer ...
 Himself - Historian, Princeton University 4 episodes, 2003
Katha Pollitt ...
 Herself - The Nation 4 episodes, 2003
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 Herself - Actor 4 episodes, 2003
Norman Solomon ...
 Himself - Institute for Public Accuracy 4 episodes, 2003
Jose Alvarez ...
 Himself - Columbia Law School 3 episodes, 2003
Leslie Cagan ...
 Herself - Pacifica Foundation, United for Peace and Justice 3 episodes, 2003
David Cline ...
 Himself - Veterans for Peace 3 episodes, 2003
Victoria De Grazia ...
 Herself - Historian, Columbia University 3 episodes, 2003
Michael Foley ...
 Himself - Historian, City University of New York's College of Staten Island 3 episodes, 2003
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 Herself - Actor 3 episodes, 2003
Timothy Mitchell ...
 Himself - Middle Eastern Studies, New York University 3 episodes, 2003
Roger Normand ...
 Himself - Center for Economic and Social Rights 3 episodes, 2003
Michael Ratner ...
 Himself - Center for Constitutional Rights 3 episodes, 2003
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 Himself - Singer & Songwriter 3 episodes, 2003
Edmund White ...
 Himself - Writer 3 episodes, 2003
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 Himself - Actor & Singer 2 episodes, 2003
Phyllis Bennis ...
 Herself - Institute for Policy Studies 2 episodes, 2003
Ramsey Clark ...
 Himself - Former U.S. Attorney General 2 episodes, 2003
Rachel Coen ...
 Herself - Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting 2 episodes, 2003
Cheshire Frager ...
 Herself - American Friends Service Committee 2 episodes, 2003
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 Himself - Actor 2 episodes, 2003
Amy Goodman ...
 Herself - Democracy Now 4 episodes, 2003
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Historians' view of the actual American foreign policy and the Bush Administration, just before the war in Irak
22 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

This documentary is by far the best and most truthful synthesis of what is happening now in United States and in the World with the Bush administration. There are no rumors or anything that isn't based on solid basis.

You listen to historians, people that work with war victims, people working for the UN, journalists, etc. After listening to this documentary, you will get a solid view of the actual world, and a pretty good view of what will beginning to happen during the new century. There is simply no propaganda, no false information, no junk from fanatics over here, simply truth and always objectively presented.

Strongly recommended!


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