That Democracy Show
rlpaulproductions and WAMU - Washington, DC
How do American youth deal with politics, power, race, fairness and government? Comedy Central's Mo Rocca hosted this three-hour live special, giving youth a chance to discuss and argue their views of democracy and the culture it has spawned. During the show, listeners joined a live Webcast and online chat about democracy, and called in.

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Whose Vote Counts?
American RadioWorks and the Center for Investigative Reporting - St. Paul, MN
In the last presidential election, as many as six million votes weren't counted because of antiquated voting machines and confusion at the polls. America pledged to overhaul its voting system, but are we ready for 2004? American RadioWorks and the Center for Investigative Reporting try to find out. (51:45)

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A Peek into the Minds of Political Donors
Marketplace - Los Angeles
In the world of mainstream politics, big campaign donors are as essential as air and water. Bill Zeeble talks with two campaign donors -- a Democrat and a Republican -- about the role of money in elections, how they got involved, why they give, and how they deal with critics. (04:51)

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Catching Up with Granny D: A Humankind Special
Human Media/David Freudberg - Belmont, MA
At age 90, Mrs. Doris Haddock ("Granny D") walked across America to protest the corrupting effect of big money in our electoral process. Now, at 93, she's on a new journey - this time by car - hoping to leave her 16 great-grandchildren a gift: restored democracy. (29:00)

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What Can I Say?
Sara Fishko/WNYC - New York City
Right now, as "loyalty" and "treason" are being redefined by world events, so are cultural expressions of patriotism and dissent. From "message" pictures in the old Hollywood, to morale-building songs, to satirists' comic visions, politics and mass culture have been inexorably linked. (54:06)

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