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Doug Henwood on Tue, 8 Jul 2008 01:39:55 +0200 (CEST)

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BEHIND THE NEWS with Doug Henwood
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Just posted to my radio archive

July 3, 2008 Danielle Allen on those "Obama is a Muslim" emails, and  
the effects of the Internet on political discourse * Patrick McCully  
of International Rivers on carbon offsets and other climate issues *  
Vicki Smith, co-author of The Good Temp, on contingency today

it joins:

June 26, 2008 Greg Smith of the Pew Forum on religious fluidity in  
the USA * Gary Gates of the Williams Institute on same-sex coupling,  
some of it married * David Kirsch of PFC Energy on the oil market

June 19, 2008 Corey Robin (of Brooklyn College) and Reihan Salam (of  
The American Scene and The New American Foundation) on the state of  
the right: power-napping or on the ropes? * Thomas Mackell, chair of  
the Richmond Fed and author of When Good Pensions Go Away, on how  
most of us aren't ready for retirement

June 12, 2008 Yuval Elmelech, author of Transmitting Inequality, on  
the transmission of inequality across generations * Larry Bartels,  
author of Unequal Democracy, on inequality and politics (mainly of  
the partisan kind)

June 7, 2008 David Holben on food security and hunger in the USA *  
Adolph Reed on the creation of a homeowners' republic in New Orleans  
(KPFA version; includes DH analysis of May U.S. employment report,  
released on June 6)

May 24, 2008 Rick Perlstein, author of Nixonland, on the life and  
times of Tricky Dick, and how he's still with us (originally  
broadcast on KPFA only)

May 3, 2008 Joel Kovel, editor of Capitalism Nature Socialism and  
author of The Enemy of Nature, talks about why capitalism will  
destroy the earth unless we destroy capitalism. (This show was  
broadcast on KPFA only. Though the show usually originates on WBAI on  
Thursday evenings and is re-broadcast on KPFA the following Saturday,  
the May 1 edition was pre-empted because station management thought  
that only Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg could handle the complex issue  
of Mayday.)

April 24, 2008 Tony Hendra, editor in chief of My Wall Street  
Journal, on the parody of the Murdochized daily * Kevin Phillips,  
author of Bad Money, on the gloomy future of the USA

April 10, 2008 Aaron Woolf, director, and Ian Cheney, born-again  
farmer, on their movie King Corn, and the grotesqueries of big  
agribiz * Anatol Lieven on NATO expansion, Russia, McCain, etc.

April 3, 2008 Patrick Cockburn, author of Muqtada, on the Mahdi Army,  
its leader, and Iraqi politics * Miriam Greenberg, author of Branding  
New York, on the reinvention of NYC as the neoliberal city


Doug Henwood
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