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The Exchange; Interview with Bill Richardson

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Title:
The Exchange; Interview with Bill Richardson
Description:
Responding to host and caller questions, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, discusses his plans to withdraw troops from Iraq and redeploy them to Afghanistan and Kuwait to fight Al Qaeda; his diplomacy and foreign policy experience, his comprehensive immigration plan to increase border security, sanction employers who hire illegal immigrants, and create a path to citizenship for certain undocumented residents; his plan to cut U.S. oil dependence in half by 2020 and other energy policy; his plant to re-negotiate the Kyoto Treaty, the importance of arts education for children, America's role in the world, and his low standing in the polls.
Interviewee:
Richardson, Bill, 1947 November 15-
Host:
Greenberg, Jon
Producer:
NHPR
Date:
July 16, 2007
Format:
Audio recordings (nonmusical)
Genre:
Talk Show
Call-in
Location:
New Hampshire Public Radio
Collection (local):
American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Series:
New Hampshire Public Radio The Exchange
Subjects:
Education
Global Affairs
Environment
War and Conflict
Energy
Politics and Government
Extent:
0:51:51
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Publisher:
NHPR