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Sep 09

Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese on Democracy, Syria and the Trans-Pacific Partnership

We broadcast from Colorado where we spoke at the “What Does Democracy Look Like? Conference.” The conference was sponsored by the It’s Our Economy chapter in Denver and included a number of groups who are working on issues of food security, housing and alternative currencies. We spoke about the widespread opposition to an attack on Syria by the US including a broad spectrum of the public, members of Congress, the military and intelligence analysts. And we closed with an update on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the campaign to demand democracy and transparency in trade negotiation.

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On Democracy, Syria and the Trans-Pacific Partnership – Discussion with the co-hosts by Clearingthefog on Mixcloud

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Relevant articles and websites:

Is Broad Opposition to Syria a Chance to End American Empire Responsibly? by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Americans Don’t Want a War In Syria and They’re Working Hard to Prevent One by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

People Across the Spectrum are Working to Stop War on Syria and It’s Having an Effect by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers