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Doug Henwood on Sun, 21 Jan 2007 04:50:01 +0100 (CET)


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Recently added to my radio archive
<http://www.leftbusinessobserver.com/Radio.html>:

January 11, 2007 Steffie Woolhandler on Schwarzenegger's fraudulent  
health scheme * Amiri Baraka, author of Tales of the Out & the Gone,  
on Newark, being a Marxist in the U.S., and the ambiguous, complex  
value of bourgeois art (concludes with excerpts from this 1978  
program at Naropa, with Baraka reading "Against Bourgeois Art,"  
intro'd by a choked-up Allen Ginsberg)	
			
January 4, 2007 Gilbert Achcar on Israel's defeat in Lebanon and the  
gathering defeat of the U.S. in Iraq * Charles Komanoff on carbon  
taxes		
		
December 21, 2006 Ian Williams talks about the Kofi Annan-Ban Ki-moon  
transition at the UN, and the political economy of rum (with some  
tasting advice too) * Robin Blackburn, author of Age Shock, talks  
about the pensions crisis and a backdoor route to the socializing the  
means of production

they join
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December 14, 2006 Nomi Prins (briefly) on those eye-popping Goldman  
Sachs numbers * Patrick Cockburn, author of The Occupation, on the  
disaster that is Iraq * Hamid Dabashi on Iran
				
December 7, 2006 Julia Sweig of the Council on Foreign Relations on  
how the Cuban regime will live on beyond Fidel * Ken Sherrill, co- 
author of an NGLTF analysis of the recent election, on how same-sex  
marriage initiatives don't skew the results (and how demographics run  
against the Christian right)	
November 16, 2006 (added out of sequence) Algernon Austin, author of  
Getting It Wrong, on how black public intellectuals are missing the  
point(s) * Jim Gerstein of the Democracy Corps on the midterm elections

November 30, 2006 Kert Davies, research director of Greenpeace, on  
the suit against the EPA over global warming * Melissa Hope Ditmore,  
editor of The Encyclopedia of Prostitution, along with two  
contributors, Jo Weldon and Jeffrey Escoffier, on sex work
				
and
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Rasha Salti from Beirut on war, politics, and daily life * George  
Galloway, pre-reality TV, 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 * George McGovern and William Polk  
on exiting Iraq * Sam Gindin on the auto crisis and auto workers *  
Bethany Moreton on Wal-Mart & Ozark culture (and The Nation's amazing  
shift on chain stores) * James Howard Kunstler on oil, waste,  
ugliness, death * Lisa Jervis & Andi Zeisler on Bitch * Jagdish  
Bhagwati on globalization * Val Moghadam on politics and gender  
relations in Iran * Robert Fitch on corruption and fragmentation in  
American unions * Barbara Ehrenreich on middle class horrors *  
Heather Rogers on garbage & capitalism * Marie Trigona on worker-run  
businesses in Argentina * Bill Fletcher on war and peace * David  
Dunbar, co-editor of Debunking 9/11 Myths, on how the conspiracists  
are wrong * Sarah Stillman on feminism at Yale * Leslie Harris on  
slavery in New York * Caitlin Zaloom on the anthropology of futures  
markets *  Slavoj Zizek on war, imperialism, and fantasy * Douglas  
Massey in Mexican immigration * Naomi Klein on Argentina and the  
global justice movement * Susie Bright on sex and politics * John  
Mueller on how the terrorism threat is vastly overblown * Bruce  
Lawrence, editor of Messages to the World, on Osama's thoughts and  
prose * Moazzam Begg, on his three years as an unwilling guest of the  
U.S. government in Gitmo and elsewhere * Judith Levine on renouncing  
overconsumption * Matt Taibbi on covering the 2004 campaign, and the  
dismal state of American politics and media * Richard Gott on Hugo  
Chavez * Anatol Lieven (several times) on Iraq, Chechnya, US  
nationalism, and why the US must give up its empire * Katha Pollitt,  
author of Virginity or Death, on feminism and politics * Ned Sublette  
on music and politics * Cynthia Enloe on masculinity in the Bush  
administration (and oil) * Joel Kovel, editor of Capitalism Nature  
Socialism, on the psychology and politics of Israel and Zionism *  
Laura Carlsen on the Zapatistas * Michelle Goldberg on the Christian  
right * Ken Sherrill on gay politics * Andrew Ross on his year spent  
with the IT crowd in China * Stephenie Hendrics vs Ron Arnold on Wise  
Use * Carlos Mejia, deserter from Iraq, on war, imperialism, dissent  
* Laura Flanders on Bushwomen * Gary Indiana on Arnie * Steve Fraser  
on the cultural/political history of Wall Street * Jennifer Washburn  
on the corporate university * $pread magazine staffers on sex work *  
Norman Kelley on the crisis in black politics * Joseph Stiglitz on  
the IMF and the Wall St-Treasury axis * Nicola Kraus & Emma  
McLaughlin, authors of Citizen Girl and The Nanny Diaries, on gender,  
work, and the satiric novel * Jennifer Gordon on suburban sweatshops  
* Lisa Jervis on feminism & pop culture * Joel Schalit on anti- 
Semitism * Devah Pager on prison, race, and the job market * Robert  
Fatton on Haiti * Chip Berlet on conspiracism * Gary Younge on a  
foreign journalist's view of the U.S. * Simon Head on Wal-Mart *  
Ursula Huws on work and why capitalism has avoided crisis * Michael  
Albert on participatory economics (parecon) * Marta Russell on the UN  
conference on disability * Sara Roy on the Palestinian economy *  
Michael Hardt on Empire (several times)

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Doug Henwood
Left Business Observer
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