Participating by telephone from Baghdad, Aparisim Ghosh, senior correspondent for Time magazine, talked about the October 15 referendum on the… read more
Participating by telephone from Baghdad, Aparisim Ghosh, senior correspondent for Time magazine, talked about the October 15 referendum on the Iraqi Constitution. He gave an update on the results and discussed what would happen if the Constitution were rejected. The audio was distorted at times.
Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on news of the day. Callers discussed whether Conservatives were being criminalized. The question was based on an article “Criminalizing Conservatives” by Jeffrey Bell and William Kristol in The Weekly Standard for October 24, 2005. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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