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This Wednesday’s debate between Christopher Hitchens and
George Galloway (moderated by Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman)
will be webcast live online at 6:10pm CST.
George Galloway, the antiwar British MP—who made headlines
in May for denouncing the Iraq War in the U.S. Senate—is
currently on a tour of the United States—including stops in
Chicago and Madison with Vietnam era antiwar activist Jane Fonda.
Christopher Hitchens—the one-time progressive author turned
pro-war media flack—will square off with Galloway—who recently
described Hitchens as a "drink-sodden, former Trotskyite popinjay."
The debate will be webcast over http://kpftx.org
It will also be broadcast at a later date on CSPAN.
The Galloway tour, "Stand Up and Be Counted: No to War and
Occupation" will make its way to Chicago next week:
7pm Monday, September 19
Thorne Auditorium (Northwestern Law School)
375 E. Chicago Ave.
For tickets to the Chicago event ($10 each)
Call 1-800-595-4849 or
Go to http://www.tix.com (ENTER KEYWORD: GALLOWAY)
The national tour is sponsored by The New Press,
The National Council of Arab Americans,
the International Socialist Review and
the Center for Economic Research and Social Change.
George Galloway is Respect party MP for Bethnal Green and Bow
in East London. He recently electrified the United States
with his appearance at a Senate Permanent Subcommittee on
Investigations hearing on May 17, when he turned the proceedings
into a condemnation of the war in Iraq. CNN's Wolf Blitzer
described Galloway's speech in the Senate as "a blistering
attack on US senators rarely heard" in Washington.
Galloway's new book is "Mr. Galloway Goes to Washington"
(The New Press) and will be published and timed for national
release in bookstores in conjunction with the tour. Mr. Galloway
will be available to sign books after the event.
To become a local sponsor or request table space at the event,
e-mail Adam Turl at email@example.com
For National Tour information, call Todd Chretien at
510-590-6073 or email Galloway2005@comcast.net
To arrange interviews with Mr. Galloway, contact Ina Howard at
The New Press, 212-564-4406 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a full list of cities and local sponsors, please see
the website: http://www.mrgallowaygoestowashington.com