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Archive for November 2014

Co-hosts Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff devote the hour to a conversation with author Peter Dale Scott about his latest book,
"The American Deep State: Wall Street, Big Oil and the Attack on U.S. Democracy." This wide-ranging discussion 
examines the "deep state," an evolving level of secret government separate from the elected government. Scott looks at 
the origins of the deep state, its communications and finances, and its involvement in landmark events, from the JFK 
assassination to Watergate to September 11 and beyond. 

Peter Dale Scott is a former Canadian diplomat, professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, and a
prolific author. More about Scott and his work can be found at www.peterdalescott.net

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Co-hosts Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff  devote the program to the latest developments in the continuing Fukushima nuclear crisis,
the consequences for Japan and the world, and safety measures that individuals can take. Libbe HaLevy 
produces the online program "Nuclear Hotseat;" Kimberly Roberson is director of the Fukushima Fallout 
Awarenss Network. They ask how families can protect themselves from the dangers of radiation exposures.

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Project Censored - 11/11/14

This week's Project Censored show focuses on the growing Palestine solidarity movement 
on U.S. campuses. Nora Barrows Friedman discusses her new book "In Our Power," 
based on interviews with dozens of student activists around the U.S. And Ph.D. student Kumars Salehi 
speaks about his experiences in the Students-for-Justice-in-Palestine chapters at NYU and UC Berkeley.

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Project Censored - 11/04/14

On this weeks Project Censored Show on Pacifica Radio, Peter Phillips in studio with PC Affiliate Professor Nolan Higdon look at the continuing crisis in Ukraine and Syria. They start with a regional update by author and geopolitical analyst Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya with Global Research in Montreal. Then they look at the imperialism of the US/NATO involvement in Syria and Ukraine with Sara Flounders, author and co-director of the International Action Center in New York.  And they end the show with St Mary’s College economics Professor Jack Rasmus addressing neo-liberal economics in the Ukraine region and the US/EU sanctions on Russia.

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