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Doug Henwood on Sun, 18 Nov 2007 16:47:16 +0100 (CET)

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[It's been ages since since I posted one of these. That was a  combination of
fundraiser pre-emptions and operator error. The  podcasts are posted much more
quickly than these announcements, so if you want to be more current, subscribe
to the podcast version.]

BEHIND THE NEWS with Doug Henwood
podcast: <http://shout.lbo-talk.org/lbo/radio-feed.php>
iTunes: <http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/ 
 or http://tinyurl.com/3bsaqb

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

Newish on my radio archive

November 15, 2007 Julia Isaacs on inequality (big) and economic  
mobility (not so big) in the U.S. * Kevin Gallagher, author of The  
Enclave Economy, on Mexico's crummy experience with foreign  
investment * Laura Agust?n, author of Sex at the Margins, on  
migration, trafficking, desire, and fundamentalism
November 8, 2007 Devah Pager, author of Marked, talks about race and  
the stigma of a criminal record when applying for a job * Tariq Ali  
on Pakistan, Iraq, and Latin America
October 4, 2007 Katha Pollitt, author of Learning to Drive, deftly  
mixes the personal & the political * Greg Grandin, NYU prof and  
author of Empire's Workshop, talks about the spreading neoliberal  
rebellion in Latin America
September 27, 2007 Elizabeth Currid, author of The Warhol Economy, on  
the urban economics of art, fashion, and nightlife * John Bowe,  
author of Nobodies, a good book about slave labor today, was supposed  
to be on but didn't show up, so I took listener calls instead		 
September 20, 2007 David Himmelstein, co-founder of PNHP, on Hillary  
Clinton's health care scheme (and what she told him almost 15 years  
ago) * Bret Benjamin, author of Invested Interests, does a cultural  
angle on the World Bank

they join

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 * Sungur Savran on  
Turkey * David Roediger the whitening of "new immigrants" of the late  
19th and early 20th centuries * Gilbert Achcar on Israel's defeat in  
Lebanon and the gathering defeat of the U.S. in Iraq * Charles  
Komanoff on carbon taxes * Beverly Wright on New Orleans, the Delta,  
and the geographies of race and toxicity * Audacia Ray on sex and the  
Internet * George McGovern and William Polk on exiting Iraq * Rachel  
Sherman on luxury hotels * 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) * Amiri Baraka on lots of  
stuff * Nicholas Stern on climate change * 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 * Hamid Dabashi on Iran * Robert Fitch on  
corruption and fragmentation in American unions * Barbara Ehrenreich  
on middle class horrors * Robert Frank on the rich * 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 Caitlin  
Zaloom on the anthropology of futures markets * Melissa Hope Ditmore  
et al on sex work * 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 * Dean Baker  
on the housing bust * Moazzam Begg, on his three years as an  
unwilling guest of the U.S. government in Gitmo and elsewhere * Matt  
Taibbi on covering the 2004 campaign, and the dismal state of  
American politics and media * Richard Gott on Hugo Chavez * Bart  
Jones on Hugu Chavez * Anatol Lieven (several times) on Iraq,  
Chechnya, Russia, US nationalism, and why the US must give up its  
empire * Katha Pollitt on feminism, politics, and the personal essay  
* Julia Sweig on Cuba * Ned Sublette on music and politics * Joel  
Kovel on Zionism * Robin Blackburn on pensions * 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 * Michelle Goldberg on the Christian right * Ken  
Sherrill on gay politics * Patrick Cockburn on Iraq * 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 * 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)


Doug Henwood
Left Business Observer
38 Greene St - 4th fl.
New York NY 10013-2505 USA
<dhenwood {AT} panix.com>

producer, Behind the News
Thursdays, 5-6 PM, WBAI, New York 99.5 FM
podcast: <http://shout.lbo-talk.org/lbo/radio-feed.php>
iTunes: <http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/ 
  or <http://tinyurl.com/3bsaqb>

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