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20 Feb, 2016 07:21

Israel & Palestine, Goldman Sachs questions capitalism, is pop music getting political?

In this Episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee tackles the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Neil Young put out a new album blasting Monsanto, Goldman Sachs admits the problems with capitalism, and Carlos Delgado investigates corruption in the rehab industry. Also – John F. O’Donnell explains why pop music is resistant to pushing a social message.

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