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Omnibus #44

podcast icon Posted Thursday, April 17, 2008. Total length: 36:39

With the Pennsylvania primary just days away, we sit down with Dr. Don Beahm
(Associate Professor of Political Science) and Dr. Yanek Mieczkowski
(Associate Professor of History) to analyze the election season to date. We
discuss the political and historical contexts for both Hillary Clinton's and
Barack Obama's campaigns as well as the presumptive Republican nominee, John
McCain. Librarian Diane Holliday also introduces the Long Island South Shore
History wiki, a collaborative online resource for studying and promoting the
local history of our region.
"It doesn't bode well for the Democrats to continue this if they want to win."
Dr. Don Beahm

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(Music Courtesy of the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project, UCSB)

Song: "America, I Love You" by the New York Military Band, 1916

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