Thursday, March 27, 2003 Radio Show
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Dennis examines four aspects of the war: 1) How motives for going to war change during the war. 2) The moral bankruptcy of international organizations like Amnesty International and the Red Cross. 3) Why the anger in Europe is directed against the United States. 3) Why George Bush and Tony Blair, with very different styles of leading, are both great men.
Blondes Have More Fun
Guest: Joanna Pitman, Times of London writer and author of On Blondes.
Children's Innocence and War
The Bruderhof schools post letters on their website from 2nd graders urging President Bush to "stop killing people." Dennis thinks this is another example of robbing kids of their innocence, but wonders at what age or from what perspective (pro or anti-war) would we sanction children writing letters to the President or the troops.