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Program Information
 The Michael Slate Show 
 Can We Really Have a Whole New and Better World and a Conversation about Globalization and Cambodia
 Weekly Program
 Bob Avakian (Chairman, Revolutionary Communist Party); Kalyanee Mam (filmmaker/director/human rights lawyer)
 Michael Slate  
 For non-profit use only.
 No Advisories - program content screened and verified.
Part 4 of a 5-part interview: Slate and Avakian discuss a liberated socialist society with new ways of relating to each other and the world. Avakian dissects the idea that human nature makes this impossible. He digs into revolutionary morality, what it is and what difference it'll make in socialist society. Mam is director of "A River Changes Course." A beautiful and thoughtful film, it traces the impact on Cambodian people of cutting ancient forests, over-fishing, and sweat shop "development."
Michael Slate - Host and Producer
Annie Day - Assistant Producer
Henry Carson - Assistant Producer
Teddy Robinson - Engineer
Broadcast ready with music break embedded at 30:22 , and can accommodate local id if needed. If you use the show or simply check it out write to us at with your comments, criticisms, ideas, suggestions etc. Follow Michael on Twitter @michaelslate195, and friend him on Facebook.

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