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Where the Bush Regime is Taking the World

IT'S WORSE THAN YOU THINK:
Where the Bush Regime is Taking the World and Why They Must Be Stopped

October 30 National Teach-in is now available on DVD!
If you missed it, now you can see it. This amazing 2-hour DVD can be ordered for $20, which includes shipping, at Bush Crimes Commission.

Featured Speakers:

Dr. Les Roberts,
an author of the study in The Lancet that there are a projected 650,000 civilian deaths caused by the war on Iraq, far above the Bush regime's casual numbers of 100,000. Roberts is an epidemiologist, now at Columbia University. He will speak on the Bush administration's attacks on science, including their attempts to discredit data pointing to massive deaths in Iraq.

William Goodman,
Legal Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, speaking on the incredible changes in law and civil liberties, particularly the implications of the new Military Commissions Act and the legitimization of torture.

Cristina Page,
Vice President of the Institute for Reproductive Health Access at NARAL Pro-Choice New York and a prominent reproductive rights activist. Her recent book How The Pro-choice Movement Saved America describes the assault of the Christian right on both abortion and contraception.

Larry Everest
has covered the Middle East for over ten years and is the author of Oil, Power, and Empire. He will speak on "what's happening in Iraq, how did we get here, and what should be done about it"

Chris Hedges,
Senior Fellow at The Nation Institute and a Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities at Princeton University spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent for the New York Times, winning a Pulitzer Prize. He will address the moves toward theocracy and its influence on the threatening moves toward a war on Iran.

The DVD can also be ordered by mail. Make your check payable to Not In Our Name and mail to Not In Our Name, 305 West Broadway #199, New York, NY 10013.

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