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State of Conflict: North Carolina 

STATE OF CONFLICT: NORTH CAROLINA offers a documentary report from the state that votes both blue and red and sometimes purple (Romney carried it by a whisker in 2012, Obama by an eyelash ... See full summary »

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William Barber ...
Himself (as Rev. William Barber)
Ari Berman ...
Himself - The Nation
Francis De Luca ...
Himself - Civitas Institute (archive footage)
Armenta Eaton ...
Herself - Moral Mondays Protester
Rosanell Eaton ...
Herself - Moral Mondays Protester
Pricey Harrison ...
Herself - Democratic State Legislator (as Rep. Pricey Harrison)
Jesse Helms ...
Himself (archive footage) (as Senator Jesse Helms)
Adam Hochberg ...
Himself
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Himself (archive footage) (as David Koch)
Gerald Markowitz ...
Himself (archive footage)
Jane Mayer ...
Herself - The New Yorker
Pat McCrory ...
Himself (archive footage) (as Gov. Pat McCrory)
Molly McDonough ...
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Art Pope ...
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STATE OF CONFLICT: NORTH CAROLINA offers a documentary report from the state that votes both blue and red and sometimes purple (Romney carried it by a whisker in 2012, Obama by an eyelash in 2008). Now, however, Republicans hold the Governor's mansion and both houses of the legislature, and they are steering North Carolina far to the right: slashing taxes on corporations and the wealthy, providing vouchers to private schools, cutting unemployment benefits, refusing to expand Medicaid, and rolling back electoral reforms, including voting rights. At the heart of this conservative onslaught sits a businessman who is so wealthy and powerful that he is frequently described as the state's own "Koch brother." Art Pope, whose family fortune was made via a chain of discount stores, has poured tens of millions of dollars into a network of foundations and think tanks that advocate a wide range of conservative causes. Pope insists that he is simply "educating the voters on the issues so that they... Written by Anonymous

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5 January 2014 (USA)  »

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