General Wesley Clark

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Wednesday, September 17, 2003

A tenth hat is now in the ring! We’ll get a profile of General Wesley Clark and talk to an organizer from “New York for Clark.” We’ll also discuss the collapse of the huge Enron corporation with one of the Wall Street Journal reporters who reported as it went down, taking investors and employees along with it—even as top executives pocketed millions of dollars. All that and the ethics of file-sharing, as well as Stanley Crouch on the upcoming film “The Human Stain.”

And then there were 10

Andrew Hoppin, "New York for Clark" organizer, on Wesley Clark's entry into the 2004 presidential race


Clark Attack

Vernon Loeb, reporter for the Washington Post, gives a personal and professional profile of Clark


Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

Stanley Crouch, Daily News Columnist and author, Reconsidering the Souls of Black Folk (Running Press, January 2003), on the upcoming film version of "The Human Stain," and the phenomenon of “passing” in American culture


Share and Share Alike

Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Law at Stanford University, and author, The Future Of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World (Random House, 2001), on the ethics of file sharing and Martha Stansell-Gamm, head of the Justice Department's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, ...


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