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The Race is On

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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

With the primary over, the real race to become governor of New York begins: Republican candidate John Faso joins us live to make his case and former Virginia governor Mark Warner (D) offers his reactions to the results from New York and around the country. Plus, cultural critic Greil Marcus on America’s promise and its prophets.

Primary Review

Gail Chaddock, staff writer and congressional correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor
- reviews primary results from around the country
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Wayne Barrett, senior editor at the Village Voice, and author, Grand Illusion: The Untold Story of Rudy Giuliani and 9/11 (HarperCollins 2006) with Dan Collins
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Making a Mark

Mark Warner, former governor of Virginia, presidential contender
- discusses the democrats' strategy and his presidential aspirations

» forwardtogetherpac.com.
» Mark Warner entry on Wikipedia

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Fun and Prophets

Greil Marcus, cultural critic and author, The Shape of Things to Come: Prophecy and the American Voice (Farrar Straus Giroux, 2006)
- comments on the prevalence of "prophets" in American popular culture

» Greil Marcus’ articles at Slate.com
» The Shape of ...

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The Race is On

John Faso, Republican, Independence and Conservative candidate for Governor and Assemblyman (R-NY-12th District-Albany, Columbia, Greene, and Schoharie Counties)
- why he wants your vote

» John Faso’s campaign website

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Taking a Byte Out of Business

Arik Hesseldahl, technology writer and columnist for Businessweek.com
- on the corporate scandals at Hewitt Packard and Dell Computers and innovation at Apple

» Hesseldahl's Dell article at Businessweek.com

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Greil Marcus




Greil Marcus

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Greil Marcus, cultural critic and author, discusses his new book "The Shape of Things to Come: Prophecy and the American Voice". September 13, ...

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