Democracy Now! September 4, 1997

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Democracy Now! September 4, 1997
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Good Samaritan Law; Washington D.C. Control Board; Civil Rights Leader Kunstler Remembered; Safari Subsidy

Good Samaritan Law Among the charges that the six phographers and a motorcyclist held in connection with the death of Princess Diana face failure to obey the French Good Samaritan law. What are strangers obligated to do when faced with humanitarian crises? GUEST: Richard Epstein, prof. of law, author of legal text on torts called Cases and Materials on Torts. Washington D.C. Control Board Washington D.C. control board removes self governance from nation's capitol. GUEST: Rev. Jesse Jackson, head of Rainbow/Push. Civil Rights Leader Kunstler Remembered Second anniversary of William Kunstler's death. TAPE OF: Abu-Munia-Jamal. Safari Subsidy

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September 4, 1997
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September 4, 1997
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WPFW; Julie Drizin, Amy Goodman; September 4, 1997
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