THE PROGRESSIVE MAGAZINE
Sunday — 2:30 pm, December 2, 2012
Jim Hightower speaks
Jackson Browne sings
- Ruth Conniff, Political Editor of The Progressive, (contributor, The Ed Schultz show, MSNBC)
- Matthew Rothschild, Editor & Publisher of The Progressive
- Will Durst, stand-up comic
Honoring Pioneer Philanthropist Lori Grace for her role protecting Election Integrity and Environmental Causes
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