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Program Information
 Third Paradigm  
 Regular Show
 Tereza Coraggio  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) 
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Reviews the "coming of age" of Democracy Now from their book, The Exceptions to the Rulers. Examines how one person's journalist- with-integrity is another person's hostile crank. Discusses Christian Parenti's response, called "Free the Truth," to Kevin Bales, founder
of Free the Slaves, who claimed that child slavery in cocoa has been eradicated.
Produced and Hosted by Tereza Coraggio

Production and Editing by Skidmark Bob

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Music: Dea by Trilok Gurtu, Nobody Right, Nobody Wrong and Sometimes by Michael Franti and Spearhead, Snow Patrol
Reads the poems "Seesaws" by Samuel Hazo and "The Summer Day" by Mary Oliver to the music of Trilok Gurtu. Reviews a new book by Tracy Kidder called Strength in What Remains. Asks whether the international development aid that antagonized the Hutu-Tutsi relationship was "unwitting." Consults Brian Eno's Oblique Strategies for advice on life after FRSC.

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