Show rundown for 4/30/2004

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Marines Make Way for Iraqi Force in Fallujah

Reporter Scott Peterson discusses the pull back and handover of the Sunni city to an Iraqi unit.

The History of Fallujah

A historian talks about what history says about Fallujah, the tribes of Iraq, and foreign occupiers.

Lawyer Discusses Iraq Prison Assault Charges

We speak to a lawyer for some of the reservists charged with dereliction of duty, cruelty and maltreatment and conspiracy. The reservists were based in Iraq and guarded prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison.

China's Environment

Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations talks about her new book, "The River Runs Black," about environmental degradation in China.

Radio Host Severin Challenged by Watchdog Group

The Muslim watchdog agency CAIR says Boston radio host Jay Severin should be fired for comments he made about Muslims. Media critic Mark Jurkowitz of the Boston Globe and Marvin Kalb of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard discuss talk radio, free speech, and hate speech.

Homeland Security and Global Security

Undersecretary of Homeland Security Asa Hutchinson talks about global security issues.

Letters 4/30/04

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A review of the new film starring Robert DeNiro

This program aired on April 30, 2004.


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