FDR Library Cancels Social Security Forum
Kathleen de la Pena McCook writes "Only one side of the story on social security has been presented at taxpayer expense by Bush to dozens of pre-screened controlled audiences as described by
Hubert G. Locke.
Now in a disingenuous move Cynthia Koch, director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park, has informed a number of women's groups, including the Older Women's League, that a forum on Social Security scheduled for April 9 at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park can not be held. It is historical fact that FDR's administration crafted the New Deal but the Bush administration finds ways to close the public sphere over and over.
Read more about the FDR Library controversy in Newsday."