April 27: Boston, Guantanamo Bay, and the Bush Library

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Former president George H.W. Bush, left, applauds with Laura Bush after former president George W. Bush's speech during the dedication of the George W. Bush...
Former president George H.W. Bush, left, applauds with Laura Bush after former president George W. Bush's speech during the dedication of the George W. Bush...
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On Saturday’s Up with Steve Kornacki, we’ll discuss America’s reaction to the Boston bombing and what it means to “self-radicalize.” We’ll also look at the current situation at the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. We’ll talk about the hunger strikers and their transfer status and possible fates, as well as what a solution to the problem of indefinite detention could look like and how it could be created.

We’ll also talk about the newly dedicated library of President George W. Bush, his legacy, and how time is changing the way we view him and his policies.

Joining Steve Kornacki at 8 AM will be:

Ramzi Kassem, Associate Professor, City University of New York Law School

Lisa Miller (@lisaxmiller), New York Magazine

Scott Atran, Author of Talking to the Enemy: Faith, Brotherhood, and the (Un)Making of Terrorists and Professor, University of Michigan

John Knefel (@johnknefel), Co-host of Radio Dispatch and contributor to The Nation and RollingStone.com

Michelle Ringuette (@Ringuette), Chief of Campaigns and Programs, Amnesty International

Timothy Naftali, former Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library

Former Rep. Nan Hayworth (@NanHayworth), (R) New York

Starlee Kine (@StarleeKine), Contributor to “This American Life”

Ed Cox (@edwardFCox), Chairman of the New York Republican State Committee

April 27: Boston, Guantanamo Bay, and the Bush Library

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