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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Independent Media in a Time of War and Elections
Democracy Now! - New York, NY
Democracy Now!'s live hour broadcast links the invasion and occupation of Iraq and the human stories of both Iraqis and U.S. soldiers and their families, to Washington power politics and the presidential election. Join Amy Goodman at the Media Reform Conference in Madison for an online chat on Nov. 8. (59:00)

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Money and Politics
KERA - Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
Commentator Chip Pitts notes that money in politics undermines the democratic process and recommends some improvements. (02:57)

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Killing and Dying for Democracy
To the Best of Our Knoweldge - Madison, Wisconsin
What would you die for? And what are you willing to kill for? Democracy? We’ll hear from writers Alice Walker, Sherman Alexie, Isabel Alende and Margaret Atwood. And, Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International, on why democracy may be the wrong idea for a developing country. (52:30)

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