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The Exchange; Interview with Bill Bradley

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Title:
The Exchange; Interview with Bill Bradley
Description:
Responding to host and caller questions, Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. senator Bill Bradley discusses his campaign's "listening tours," education policy and his opposition to school vouchers; supporting the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), his gun control proposal, opposition to welfare reform, campaign finance reform, the differences between Bradley and rival candidate Al Gore; foreign policy and Russia; his support for reproductive choice, and his ability to work with Congress if elected president.
Interviewee:
Bradley, Bill, 1943-
Producer:
NHPR
Host:
Laura Knoy
Date:
September 21, 1999
Format:
Audio recordings (nonmusical)
Genre:
Call-in
Location:
New Hampshire Public Radio
Collection (local):
American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Series:
New Hampshire Public Radio The Exchange
Subjects:
Education
Social Issues
Global Affairs
Public Affairs
Politics and Government
Law Enforcement and Crime
Extent:
1:00:00
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Publisher:
NHPR