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October 18, 2010: Beyond The Fruited Plain (part I)
Part one of a three part series on America and the Tea Party. Journalist Will Bunch talks about the two years he spent researching his book "Backlash;" Historian Zoe Trodd explains how the idea of protest gets appropriated by groups like the KKK, the White Citizens councils of the 1950s, and the Tea Party of today; Photographer Richard Misrach photographs the voice of the people; your host recalls the first right wing person he ever met (his college roommate); and the TMI Washington D.C. correspondent starts a twisted journey into the secret depths of a conspiracy.
Listen to this show: MP3 - 128K |
|Artist||Track||Approx. start time|
|TMi's Man in DC "Chris"||Down the Rabbit Hole (part 1)||0:00:00 (MP3 | )|
|Zoe Trodd||Protest Appropriation||0:14:19 (MP3 | )|
|Your Host||My First Right-Winger||0:19:08 (MP3 | )|
|Will Bunch||Backlash (part 1)||0:29:33 (MP3 | )|
|Richard Misrach||Photographing the Voice of the People||0:36:01 (MP3 | )|
|Will Bunch||Backlash (part 2)||0:47:01 (MP3 | )|
|TMi's Man in DC "Chris"||Down the Rabbit Hole (part 2)||0:52:56 (MP3 | )|
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