Study Up

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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Two members of the Iraq Study Group, Leon Panetta and Sandra Day O’Connor, discuss their recommendations for U.S. Middle East policy and the possibility of consensus. Plus: reaction to the ISG report from a leader of the new Democratic Congress, Rep. Tom Lantos, the ranking member of the House International Relations Committee; and an “exit interview” with Charles Gargano, Governor Pataki’s development czar.

House Response

Tom Lantos, Congressman (D Ca district 12) and House International Relations Committee Ranking Member
- discusses the report given by the Iraq Study Group


Betrayed Promises

Bob Herbert, New York Times columnist and author, Promises Betrayed: Waking up from the American Dream (Times Books, 2005)
- talks about his columns and the shooting of Sean Bell


Building Blocks

Charles Gargano, outgoing chairman of the Empire State Development Corporation
- an exit interview with Governor Pataki's development czar


The Committee Speaks

Sandra Day O'Connor, former Supreme Court Justice and member of the Iraq Study Group
Leon Panetta, former White House Chief of Staff for President Clinton, head of the Panetta Insititute and member of the Iraq Study Group
- on the findings of the Iraq Study Group


Open Phones

Listeners react to the Iraq Study report


Charles Gargano

Charles Gargano

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Developer Charles Gargano gives an exit interview, December 7, on developments in New York.


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