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Reform: From Human Rights to Elections

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Tuesday, July 23, 2002

Activist Jeri Laber rejected a traditional middle class life to become a leading figure in the Human Rights movement. She shares her story. And an examination of election reforms that address problem of third party politicians as "spoilers." Plus, Easy Rawlins is back-Walter Mosely discusses his new mystery.

Jeri Laber

Activist Jeri Laber rejected a traditional middle class life to become a leading figure in the Human Rights movement. She shares her story, discussing her new memoir, The Courage of Strangers: Coming of Age with the Human Rights Movement.

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Steven Hill

Steven Hill examines the winner-take-all system that's behind the "spoiler" status of third party politicians, and reveals new solutions for election reform in his book Fixing Elections.

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Walter Mosley

A return to the Big Easy: Walter Mosley discusses Bad Boy Brawly Brown, his first Easy Rawlins novel in six years.

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Michelle Williams

A conversation with actress Michelle Williams who stars with Anna Friel in a new film about enduring friendships, Me Without You.

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