The Thom Hartmann Program - Dec 3 - 2007

Topics & Guests

Hour One - Guest: Pat Buchanan
www.buchanan.org
Topic: Pat stops in on his latest book Day Of Reckoning: How Hubris, Ideology, and Greed Are Tearing America Apart

Hour Two - Topic - Vote or--Else?
Should voting be compulsory in the United States?

Hour Three - Guest: Peter M. De Lorenzo
www.unitedstatesoftoyota.com

Topic: Peter stops by on his book The United States of Toyota: How
Detroit squandered its legacy and enabled Toyota to become America's
car company

Guest: Stephen Lerner
www.seiu.org
Topic: Fisher Island Liberation Day

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