Harry Belafonte on 'Bobby' and Politics

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Harry Belafonte has made several controversial statements critical of the Bush administration. The legendary musician, actor and activist discusses his political views, and his role in the new film Bobby, about the hours leading up to Robert Kennedy's assassination.

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