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Doug Henwood on Wed, 4 Jan 2006 02:13:32 +0100 (CET)

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Just added to the radio archive

December 15, 2005 truncated 27-minute mini-marathon semi-special Much 
of this hour was taken up with begging and a rebroadcast of excerpts 
from an August interview with David Roediger (not included). Fresh 
content was mainly an interview with Leslie Harris, co-editor of 
Slavery in New York, which is included. Bonus audio: classic WBAI 
clips from Julius Lester and Samori Marksman. For the full Roediger 
interview, click here. Contribute to WBAI here.

December 8, 2005 Heather Boushey of the Center for Economic and 
Policy Research, on how women are not opting out of employment * 
Jonathan Tasini on his primary challenge to Sen. Hillary Clinton

December 1, 2005 Anatol Lieven on why decadent America must renounce 
its empire * Heather Rogers, author of Gone Tomorrow, on garbage and 

November 17, 2005 Historian Bethany Moreton, contributor to Wal-Mart: 
The Face of 21st Century Capitalism, on the role of Ozark culture in 
the emergence of Wal-Mart (and The Nation's amazing switch on chain 
stores over the last 70 years) * Bruce Lawrence, editor of Messages 
to the World, a collection of Osama bin Laden's writings, on the 
ogre's thinking and prose style

November 10, 2005 Sarah Stillman of Manifesta, a feminist magazine 
published at Yale, on feminism among the young * Sam Gindin, 
long-time Canadian Auto Workers economic advisor, on the crises at GM 
and Delphi

November 3, 2005 Ashaki Binta & Raymond Sanders of United Electrical 
Workers local 150 on the ban on collective bargaining for North 
Carolina public sector workers * Leo Panitch on the state of the 
American empire


George Galloway on Iraq, imperialism, and the colonial mind * Michael 
Eric Dyson on black class tensions * David Roediger the whitening of 
"new immigrants" of the late 19th and early 20th centuries * Beverly 
Wright on New Orleans, the Delta, and the geographies of race and 
toxicity * Jagdish Bhatwati on globalization * Barbara Ehrenreich on 
middle class horrors * Bill Fletcher on war and peace * Slavoj Zizek 
on war, imperialism, and fantasy * Naomi Klein on Argentina and the 
global justice movement * Susie Bright on sex and politics * Matt 
Taibbi on covering the 2004 campaign, and the dismal state of 
American politics and media * Richard Gott
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