Radio Nation with Laura Flanders

Radio Nation with Laura Flanders

Nick Turse on a scandal that killed 11,000. Plus: Bob Dreyfuss, Patricia Williams and Frances Fox Piven on the nascent Obama policy agenda.


Operation Speedy Express claimed close to 11,000 Vietnamese lives between 1968-69. It’s not as if it wasn’t written about. It was, but the full story was suppressed for forty years. We’ll talk to the author of major exposé in The Nation. Then, Robert Dreyfuss on the foreign policy pressures on President-elect Obama, Patricia Williams on the most segregated day of the year–election day. And Frances Fox Piven on what effective protest movements look like. Listen here:

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