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Opposition Movements

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Opposition Movements

Opposition Movements

Opposition Movements

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Millions of people around the world took to the streets this past weekend to protest a possible war against Iraq. Will they make a difference? Join Neal Conan for a look at what makes one opposition movement work and another fail.

Guests:

Tom Andrews
*National Director of the Win Without War Coalition
*Former Congress from Maine

Michael Kazin
*Professor of History at Georgetown University
*Author, America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960's

Calvin Mackenzie
*Professor of Government at Colby College