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Vets Speak Out

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We start off the program with speeches delivered from a group of veterans who climbed the face of the National Archives in D. C. last weekend, spending the nights to display a banner "ARREST BUSH CHENEY FOR WAR CRIMES" and "DEFEND OUR CONSTITUTION" veterans from the Korea and Vietnam wars, many over 60 years old spoke at length from the face of the building where the U. S. constitution is exhibited. Next, an interview with Ira Harrit, American Friends Service Committee, Kansas City and Will Stewart, president of Iraq Veterans Against the War as they describe a public exhibit "The War Within" concerning vet suicides in Kansas and Missour. The exhibit will be on the campus of Kansas Univeristy, Lawrence, Ks. this Friday. Ending the program, the "Case of the Littering Principal" Dave Quinly, Prairie Village, Ks. tells his story of five years of displaying anti-war signs in his front yard located along a busy street, and the surprising development at the end, where he solves a mystery of his own. It's a complete program of "Vets Speaking Out" archives.