Democracy Now! September 15, 1998

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Democracy Now! September 15, 1998
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Overlooked Legislation; Clinton and Nixon; What Clinton Should Really be Impeached for; Cuba Arrests

(4 Minutes) Overlooked Legislation Focus on the 22 separate anti-environmental provisions that are attached to the Sentate Interior Appropriations bill due to be voted on in the next few weeks. GUEST: Anna Aurillio, researcher with the USPIRG (US Public Interest Research Group) (10 Minutes) Clinton and Nixon Look back at the details surrounding Watergate and how it compares to President Clinton's legal troubles. GUEST: Liz Holtzman, former NY congressmember who served on Judiciary Committee during the investigation of President Nixon that eventually led to his resignation. (9 Minutes) What Clinton Should Really be Impeached For Discussion with Michael Ratner on Haiti issues that he has battled both President Clinton and Ken Starr on in court. GUEST: Michael Ratner, lawyer with the Center for Constitutional Rights. (8 Minutes) Cuba Arrests Ten people have been charged with spying for the Cuban government. GUEST: Wayne Smith , first chief of the US Interest section in Havana Cuba, established under the Carter Administration in lieu of an embassy

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September 15, 1998
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September 15, 1998
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WPFW; Julie Drizin, Amy Goodman, September 15, 1998
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