|⇦|| Episode #134 - Endless War and Social Control
(What the War on Drugs Teaches us about the War on Terrorism)
|⌚ Sat 28 September 2002 ☻Karen Murry, Dan Merco and various panellists|
Download Hour1 Download Hour2 Though many commentators have lamented the use of the September 11th bombings as a cover for squashing domestic dissent, this tactic began in earnest thirty years ago with another perpetual war: the war on drugs. This week we hear a forum on Race, Class and the War on Drugs that lays bare its intentions and effects, then and now - the rolling back of hard won rights by those at the bottom of society, the suppression of political movements that threaten the rule of wealth and the diversion of taxpayers dollars into an industry of social control.
Thanks to Mike McCormick for the recording
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