The Ralph Nader Radio Hour interviews Peace Activist Frances Crowe

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Today Radioactivity airs the latest episode of KPFK’s Ralph Nader Radio Hour. Nader conducts a fascinating interview with pacifist Frances Crowe, who has been objecting war since the nuclear bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshimi in World War II. During the Vietnam war she helped thousands register as conscious objectors of war and refused to pay war taxes since the beginning of the Iraq War. Her activism and civil disobedience has led to her arrest many times, although not enough, in her own words. The topics then switch to foreign interventions in Libya and job outsourcing by United Airlines.

The Ralph Nader Radio Hour is hosted by consumer activist, lawyer, and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader. He is joined by co-hosts Steve Skrovan and David Feldman.