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Letters and Politics, for July 24, 2012 - 10:00am

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Letters and Politics

We look at the life and times of Eugene Victor Debs who garnered almost a million votes while running for President, from his jail cell, in 1920.

WIth Mitch Jeserich.

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Ha-rumph, I've sent this

Ha-rumph,

I've sent this message to all the people in my address book:

The .0001% Understands the importance of Corporate Media
Until now they have had the money and Powers to control, what has been a one sided debate
So called Progressives, no so much.

There are many more of us than there are of them.
If we support Pacifica we take control of the conversation

Pacific is the National Voice of the 99%
KPFA and other Pacific Stations are always under threat financially.
Please, Give all you can:
I've included KPFA Donation information, including: https://secure.kpfa.org/support/
Please, pass it on.
Ha-rumph,
Thursten Rubbert Tirebinder III
Curmudgeon in residence Akbar!

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