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[Republican presidential candidate former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - speaks about Dr. Martin Luther King.]
(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Gary Tuchman) The issue of racism against Latinos examined; scenes shown from a Los Angeles neighborhood. [Langer's Delicatessen Norm LANGER, resident Harold GUSTCHEN, immigration activist Angelica SALAS, Californians for Population Stabilization Mark CROMER- speak about legal/illegal immigration.] Findings of a Pew Hispanic Center poll on the Hispanic vote favoring Democrats over Republicans and for Senator Hillary Clinton over Senator Barack Obama outlined on screen. [Political analyst Bill SCHNEIDER- analyzes the competition between blacks and Latinos.]
- O'Brien, Soledad;
- Tuchman, Gary
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