Tuesday, August 12, 2003 Radio Show

Tuesday, August 12, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    He Should Be Dead
    A strong argument for capital punishment is that murderers who are executed are forgotten by the press and the public. Anybody talking about Timothy McVeigh these days? Why not? Because he's dead. The Unabomber, now tucked away in prison, speaks (he wants his bomb back) and the press hangs on his every word... Also, the more Dennis thinks about the California Recall the less he likes it. Arnold Schwarzenegger is the lead candidate, but what does he stand for?

    Hour 2:
    Mediation Revolution:
    Can mediation replace litigation? Guest: Attorney Dan Ben-Zvi and specialist in the mediation process.

    Hour 3:
    Before TV and after TV
    What has had a more pernicious impact on our society in the last 50 years college education or television? Dennis makes the case that the latter takes the prize, though it's a close call.

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