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Dateline 10/10/2000

Rally For John Hagelin In New York Next Sunday

On Sunday, October 15, presidential candidate John Hagelin will give a special address at the historic Cooper Union Grand Hall in New York City (see details below). He will be joined by leaders of the New York Independence Party, including Dr. Lenora Fulani, Fred Newman, state chair Frank MacKay, and U.S. Senate candidate Jeff Graham, who will speak in support of Dr. Hagelin's coalition candidacy for President.

The event will also feature entertainment by well-known local artists, including Pat Dinizio, leader of the Smithereens; rap artist MC Browneyes; and the band Channeling Owen. We urge all John Hagelin's supporters in the greater New York area to attend. And if you have friends or family in the area, please ask them to come as well. We look forward to seeing you there!


Location: New York City, New York

Date: Sunday, October 15, 2000

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Place: Cooper Union Great Hall, New York City at Astor Place
7 East Seventh Street at Third Avenue

Speakers: Dr. John Hagelin, Dr. Lenora Fulani, Fred Newman, Frank MacKay, Jeff Graham

Performers: Pat Dinizio, leader of the Smithereens. MC Browneyes, rap artist, Channeling Owen, local band

Cost: Free admission

Contact: Lesley Goldman at 516-623-5465, Hagelin/Goldhaber headquarters at 877-Hagelin

Directions: Via public transportation: Take the N or R subway to 8th Street and NYU (New York University), or take the #6 train to Astor Place. Other subways stops are within blocks; just walk to Astor Place at Third Avenue.

Notes: This event is cosponsored by the Cooper Union Department of Adult Education (212-353-4195). John Hagelin may be joined onstage by other leaders of the Independent political movement. The Great Hall seats 1,000 people, so we would like a very strong showing of supporters for John Hagelin. Please join us!

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