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Tickling the Belly of the Beast
Julia Lonergan, Ethel Long Scott, Sampson Wolf, Michael Meese, Cynhthia Gustin
 Cynthia Gustin  Contact Contributor
In the first hour, Julia Lonegran, "The Haunting of Mission Santa Cruz, Mexico, 1708 to 1876", spoke about the Mexican history of California. She discussed the abrupt murders of the Mexican-Spanish families of the pensilulares that governed California from 1848-1876.

In the second hour, Ethel Long Scott, Executive Director of The Women's Economic Agenda Project, spoke about health care as a right. She spoke about health justice, the reasons why a for profit, market driven health care system cannot work and the importance of creating a new social contract.

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In the third hour, Sampson Wolf and Michael Meese, co-founder of the Buffalo Field Campaign discussed the slaughter of buffalo that continue in Yellowstone National Park and what can be done to stop the massacres.

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00:00:00 1 April 1, 2010
Free Radio Santa Cruz
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