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Transcript: Thom Hartmann: Did Europe and the UK underestimate the Ukraine? Stephen Cohen - 23 February '15


Thom Hartmann: And welcome back, Thom Hartmann here with you, and on the line with us from New York City, Professor Stephen Cohen; Contributing Editor to The Nation, Professor Emeritus of Russian Studies & Politics at NYU and Princeton.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann: Camping out for Coverage - Andre Butler - 27 June '13

Thom Hartmann: Welcome back to the place where despair is not an option, the Thom Hartmann Program. Andre Butler is on the line with us, a banquet server, part of the campout at the Pennsylvania capitol in support of expanded Medicaid coverage. And Andre, welcome to the program.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann: What the Reagan Revolution has brought us... - 27 June '13

Thom Hartmann: And greetings my friends, patriots, lovers of democracy, truth and justice, believers in peace, freedom and the American way, Thom Hartmann here with you.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann: That giant sucking sound...it's the Oligarchs. 25 March '13



Thom Hartmann: And greetings my friends, patriots, lovers of democracy, truth and justice, believers in peace, freedom and the American way, Thom Hartmann here with you.

Transcript: Who elected ALEC? 3 February '12

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