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 Emory University, April 15, 2003
 Greg Palast
 La Coppe  
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Investigative reporter Greg Palast reviews his findings of corporate greed and corruption
Producer: ATL IMC
Uploaded by: Jeffrey Blumenthal
Greg Palast, investigative reporter and author of the New York Times bestseller, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, speaks at Emory University, Atlanta, GA. He reveals the connections between corporate interests and the 2000 and 2002 elections.
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Intro, opening comments  00:01:49  48Kbps mp3
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Local Boys (Georgia) and Landlocked Patriots  00:04:19  48Kbps mp3
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Election 2000, Choice Point  00:12:29  48Kbps mp3
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Congress & Southern Company -- Accounting Irregularties & Dead CEO  00:07:01  48Kbps mp3
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Bush Family Business, the FBI, and Bin Laden's  00:08:50  48Kbps mp3
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Aiding, Harboring, and Abetting -- Business Connections & Congressional Investigation  00:11:50  48Kbps mp3
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Used Presidents, Gold Fingers and Africa  00:10:11  48Kbps mp3
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Journalistic Integrity, the High Cost of Truth --  00:06:56  48Kbps mp3
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