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Available for Timely Interviews This Week

About IMPEACHMENT:
ROBERT PARRY
A former Newsweek correspondent and the current editor of I.F. magazine, Parry has been examining the Clinton scandals, the Starr investigation and the way the special prosecutor system has evolved.
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About IRAQ:
BISHOP THOMAS GUMBLETON
A Catholic Bishop from Detroit who has been to Iraq and will be going again next month, Gumbleton has opposed U.S. militaryaction against Iraq and the U.S./U.N. economic sanctions on Iraq.
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PHYLLIS BENNIS
A fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies and author of Calling the Shots: How Washington Dominates Today’s U.N., Bennis has just returned from Europe.
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About SOCIAL SECURITY:
EDIE RASELL
Rasell is the author of Social Security Isn’t Broken, Why Does Wall Street Want to Fix It?

DEAN BAKER
Also from the Economic Policy Institute, Baker is author of Saving Social Security in Three Steps.
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About SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS:
FR. ROY BOURGEOIS or REV. CAROL RICHARDSON
In Columbus, Georgia this past weekend, about 2,300 people from all 50 states crossed onto the grounds of the School of the Americas, risking arrest and calling for closure of the school that has instructed men who became torturers and dictators. Another 5,000 protesters chanted the names of the victims of SOA graduates. Bourgeois and Richardson are co-directors of SOA Watch. Among the protestors was actor Martin Sheen. Early this year, Congress nearly cut off funding to SOA.

For more information, contact at the Institute for Public Accuracy: Sam Husseini, (202) 347-0020, (202) 332-5055, or David Zupan, (541) 484-9167.