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Traprock Peace Center Radio
Incredible talk puts capstone on Midwest portion of tour.
George Galloway, British MP
 Charles Jenks  Contact Contributor
But as funny as it was, the comedy was only a means to an end for Mr. Galloway. Both the Madison and Chicago speeches aimed at the serious business of convincing his American audience that our governmentâ�ï¿&f
Charlie Jenks of Traprock Peace Center recorded and edited the audio.
George Galloway spoke to over 600 people in Thorn Auditorium at Northwestern University Law School. See Todd Chretien's account of his stops in Madison and Chicago, below.

Loretta Capeheart, Ph.D., introduced the speakers and served as moderator. Preceding Mr. Galloway were Bill Davis, Vietnam Veterans Against the War; Ahmed Shawki, Editor of International Socialist Review and a board member of the National Council of Arab Americans; and Sabah Khan, a student and member of the Campus Antiwar Network (CAN) chapter at University of Illinois at Chicago. CAN collected donations for hurricane relief that a group of students is taking to the Gulf States.

Download and listen to audio of the introductory speakers, George Galloway's speech, and his Questions and Answers. Audio is available for non-commercial use only; any other use requires the permission of George Galloway. Radio airplay is encouraged and only requires attribution and prior notification (not prior permission) to Traprock Peace Center at 413-773-7427 or by email. Attribution shall be as follows: "Audio copyright 2005 Traprock Peace Center; all rights reserved." Websites may link to the audio, but not upload it unless in connection with radio airplay through their organization. The national sponsors - The New Press, The Center for Economic Research and Social Change, International Socialist Review, and the National Council of Arab Americans - have permission to use the audio for any non-commercial purpose, including posting on their websites; attribution only is requested.

See for links to introductory presentations by Bill Davis, Ahmed Shawki, and Sabah Khan and to excellent Question and Answer session (19 minutes) by Galloway.

The webpage also has photos, copyright 2005 Charlie Jenks.

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00:57:13 1 Sept. 19, 2005
Chicago, Illinois at the Northwestern University Law School
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