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Political Gravity: Revolution Theme Songs

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Doug McIntyre, from KABC, said the Occupy Wall Street needs a theme song to attract more people and codify its vision. Can it be done? Moreover, would it bring mainstream integrity?  
 
On this episode of Political Gravity, Jane will also discuss foreign policy decisions over the last 100 years and the likes of Adanauer of Germany, Richelieu of France, and de Gaul of France based on persepective of Henry Kissinger. 
 
Jane will also read her Spanish version of the Coup d'Etat she is presenting in her Spanish class later this week and the effects of an American overthrown Socialist government in Chile in 1973.
 
All this plus NPR news, new music by Leela James, & your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942.

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