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Project Censored - 05.26.15

Noted author and historian Michael Parenti joins Peter and Mickey in the studio to discuss his latest book, "Profit Pathology and Other Indecencies." Later in the program, we hear excerpts from a 2012 Parenti speech on "The One Percent Pathology and the Myths of Capitalism”

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Project Censored - 05.19.15

Historian Peter Kuznick joins the program to speak about vital historical information that often isn't taught in US schools, such as the massive death toll of the Vietnam War, or the predominant role of the USSR in the defeat of the Axis powers in World War II.   Peter Kuznick teaches history at American University; he's co-author of "Untold History of the United States," and co-producer (with Oliver Stone) of the Untold History cable-TV series. The program concludes with audio excerpts from the Untold History TV series.

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Consumer advocate and political reformer Ralph Nader speaks with Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff about his latest book 
"Return to Sender: Unanswered Letters to the President 2001-2015;" the conversation covers topics from trade treaties and 
Democratic presidential candidates, to Gaza, Israel and AIPAC. In the second half of the program, we hear excerpts from 
a 2014 Nader speech, where he explored the idea of a left-right alliance against the corporate domination of government.
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This May Day program begins with musicologist TM Scruggs sharing some of the best-known labor and revolutionary ballads. Then Santa Rosa, Calif. organizer Luis Santoyo explains some of the May Day actions taking place in his city. Geoff Davidian of the Real News Network discusses the rights of citizens to film police. Finally, a look at the 45th anniversary of the Kent State shootings. Joseph Lewis was shot and wounded that day; Laurel Krause lost her sister to the National Guard's gunfire.

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