Craig Wiesner: Free Country

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Listen to Craig Wiesner's KQED (NPR) Perspective as originally broadcast on KQED 12/27/2005. Revelations of warrantless wiretaps add to the list of freedoms lost to the war on terrorism. Craig Wiesner can be heard from time to time on KQED/FM the National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate in San Francisco, California. If you have the Macromedia Flash plug-in, you can hear some of his previously recorded editorials for KQED Perspective.


What To Do When "Never Again" Happens Again

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The Nazis came into the village and rounded up all the Jewish men and boys, leaving behind the women, the old, and the children. Males between the ages of 10 - 50 were taken into the forest, forced to dig a large hole in the ground.... Then they had to get into that hole and the Nazis began shooting. Never again, Jews across the world proclaimed when the Nazi holocaust was over. But what do you do when you see it happening again, in Central America, in Bosnia, in Rwanda, and now in the Sudan? Sadly, we often do nothing or wait until it is too late.
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Press Release - Teaching Economics

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There's the Forbes 400 ... and Then There's the Rest of Us: Tight Squeeze for High School Students Dramatizes Wealth Gap

DALY CITY, Calif., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagine playing musical chairs where, when the music stops, one High School student lavishly stretches across seven chairs and nine others struggle to fit into the remaining three. That's how America's growing wealth gap is dramatized through a lesson called The Ten Chairs announced by Bay Area education company Reach And Teach.

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