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Doug Henwood on Wed, 19 Oct 2005 19:49:08 +0200 (CEST)

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"Best Music on an Economics & Politics Radio Show"
Village Voice Best of NYC 2005

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Just added to my radio archive


Broadcast as a three-hour special, part of WBAI's fundraising 
marathon, half the show was taken up by begging for money, something 
web listeners wouldn't want to endure. Here are the three interviews 
that accounted for the show's nonmendicant content:

* George Galloway, MP, author of Mr Galloway Goes to Washington and 
scourge of Norm Coleman in a "very serious conversation" about Iraq, 
imperialism, Saddam's Anglophilia, and the "preposterous rubbish" of 
9/11 conspiracism

* Robert Greenstein of the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities on 
post-hurricane finances (cut spending for the poor, cut taxes for the 

* Beverly Wright, director of the Deep South Center for Environmental 
Justice, on the social structure of New Orleans & race and the 
distribution of floodwater and toxins

they join

September 29, 2005 Kurt Davies, research director at Greenpeace, on 
climate change and the insurance industry's "response" * Larry 
Bartels, professor of political science at Princeton, on how the 
white working class isn't moving right, how social issues aren't 
getting it to vote against its economic interests, and how there may 
be nothing the matter with Kansas after all

September 22, 2005 George Galloway on postcolonial self-hatred and 
conspiracism (teaser from an interview to be broadcast in full on 
October 13) * Ariel Levy, author of Female Chauvinist Pigs, on the 
raunch culture * Richard Gott, author of Hugo Chavez and the 
Bolivarian Revolution, on where Chavez came from and what he's up to

September 8, 2005 Dan Lazare, author most recently of The Velvet 
Coup, on the Supreme Court and our dysfunctional "democracy" * 
Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Bait and Switch, on the insecurities 
and indignities of the white-collar world

September 1, 2005 Heather Boushey on the latest Census numbers on 
income and poverty in 2004 (not so good), and the fate of women in 
the current economy (not so good either) * Tom Athanasiou, co-author 
of Dead Heat and a principal of EcoEquity, on Hurricane Katrina, 
climate change, and class

August 25, 2005 Seth Kleinman on the oil market * Jennifer Gordon, 
author of Suburban Sweatshops, on organizing immigrant workers on 
Long Island (rebroadcast of Marc
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