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  • How ALEC Writes Our Rights Away (parts 1&2) (VB #98.01&02) :
    Panelists explain the workings of the American Legislative Exchange Council and how to take back control of the country from the right-wing, ruthless group. 1/4/16
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  • Dismantling Corporate Rule (VB #76.03) :
    Activist/author Paul Cienfuegos encourages activists to assert authority over corporate entities, as he describes the history of corporate personhood. 7/10
  • Ralph Nader Discusses the Election (October 26, 2008) (VB #71.02&03) :
    In October, 2008, lifelong activist Ralph Nader visited Portland and discussed human rights, foreign wars, the environment, workers the economy, and the then-upcoming Presidential election. 4/09
  • Jess Trussme (VB #47.07):
    Ira Shorr, National Director of Physicians for Social Reponsibility, talks about the dangers and costs of Bush's policies, then performs a parody of a conservative politician running for office. 5/03
  • Protest in LA: Unmasking the 2000 Democratic Convention (VB #37.02):
    Thousands of activists took to the streets of Los Angeles to demand that so-called "Democrats" actually work for economic justice, environmental protection, and human rights.
  • Noam Chomsky: Class War: Global Exploitation and the Grassroots Response (SE #080):
    At PSU, the noted analyst brings hard-to-find facts, a somber warning and a message of hope. 01/10/96

  • Getting Resolutions Passed (Iraq Sanctions Conference '99 #1) (VB #34.08):
    A student, a peace activist, a teacher and a City Council member talk about elected officials taking a stand on sanctions.
    (Also see "Foreign Affairs" for other Iraq Sanctions Conference shows)
  • Corporate Dominance of the Initiative Process (VB #33.02&03):
    Activists Lloyd Marbet, Andy Reid and Dan Meek explain how Oregon's unique democratic process is bought and sold. 60 min 10/11/99
  • Jim Hightower: You Want Class War? (featuring Angels: The Next Generation) (SE #094):
    Acerbic radio commentator takes on the politics of late 1998; joined by the satiric music of Angels: The Next Generation. Taped 10/98 in cooperation with Imagic Productions. 90 mins. 12/98
  • Howard Zinn: The Use and Abuse of History (VB #29.04&5):
    Historian examines class consciousness and the insights it provides to understand struggles of the past and the present. Taped 1/98. 60 mins. 10/98

  • Norman Solomon & Steve Mitchell: Monitoring Monopoly Media (SE #052):
    Four sharp eyes directed at corporate media manipulation. 60 mi 06/14/94
  • The Interface (VB #01.04):
    How easy is it to get in touch with your local government? 30 12/01/91
  • "J" is for Just Because (VB #01.07):
    Former Christic Institute lawyer Lanny Sinkin on US corruption. 30 mi 12/30/91
  • Send Out the Clowns (VB #04.10):
    A look at the well-known & lesser well-known presidential candidates plus political clown Wavy Gravy. 30 mi 09/06/92
  • Shape Your Future (VB #06.10):
    Portland's Visual Impact Survey: A slide show to help plan the future design of Portland and some opinions on it. 30 mi 03/08/93
  • Socialism Lives On! (VB #10.07):
    Despite exaggerated rumors to the contrary. Discussion by Portland area Socialists of different flavors. 30 mi 02/14/94
  • Dangerous Dialogues: Socialism Revisited (VB #10.08):
    Representatives of three Portland socialist groups find hope for America. 30 mi 02/21/94
  • Anarchy in the USA: Violent Myths (parts 1&2) (VB #15.04&05):
    60 mi 04/24/95
  • PDX Protests (VB #15.10):
    Judy Bari. War Tax Resisters. 30 mi 06/05/95
  • Brown Bag Lunch (SE #009):
  • Michael Parenti: Democracy,: State Power, & The Myth of Capitalism Triumphant (SE #012) (1992)
  • Michael Lerner: The Politics of Meaning (SE #047): Tikkun magazine editor's vision of a progressive future at OR Jewish Agenda. 04/04/94
  • Ron Daniels: Issues for Grassroots Organizers (ZMI #01.10):
    30 mi 12/09/94
  • Barbara Ehrenreich: The Armed Functions of Government (Part I) (ZMI #02.01):
    Ehrenreich examines the rise of anti-government rhetoric which justifies focusin spending on military and police. 1:15 10/04/95
  • Chip Berlet: Behind Right Wing Smoke and Mirrors (ZMI #02.03):
    Well-known Political Research Associate Berlet examines the phenomenon of scapegoating used as a political tool. 60 mi 10/18/95
  • Noam Chomsky: Truisms of US Foreign & Economic Policy (Parts 1 and 2 (ZMI #02.05&06):
    Political analyst Chomsky answers questions about the "Gulf War", Latin America, and more. 1:30 11/08/95
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