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Doug Henwood on Sat, 4 Jul 2009 05:23:39 +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 posted to my radio archive

July 2, 2009 Leo Panitch, author of this cover story inForeign Policy,  
on why the bourgeoisie is interested in Marx (and, of course, why they  
should be) * Jackson Lears, author of Rebirth of a Nation: The Making  
of Modern America, 1877-1920, on American regeneration (mainly through  
violence) after the Civil War

it joins:

June 25, 2009 Alyssa Katz, author of Our Lot, on the homeownership  
fetish and the housing bubble/bust * Liza Featherstone (author of this  
article, and, it should be disclosed, wife/beloved of the host) and  
Adolph Reed on the burdens of college tuition and how the problem can  
be solved by making it free

June 18, 2009 Dan Fleshler, author of Transforming America's Israel  
Lobby, on the exaggerated power of the lobby and what can be done  
about it * Hamid Dabashi of Columbia University on the Iranian  
election and its aftermath	
June 11, 2009 Alfredo Corchado, Mexico bureau chief of the Dallas  
Morning News, on Mexican drug gangs on both sides of the border *  
Justin Fox, author of The Myth of the Rational Market, on the loopy  
notion of market efficiency and its toxic political effects
June 6, 2009 (KPFA version) Steffie Woolhandler on the (very high)  
contribution of medical costs to personal bankruptcy (article here) *  
Bethany Moreton, author of To Serve God and Wal-Mart, on Christian  
free enterprise and the Behemoth of Bentonville	
May 30, 2009 (KPFA only) Daniel Geary, author Radical Ambition, on the  
life and thought of C. Wright Mills * Claudia Goldin on the labor  
market penalty suffered by women who have a kid

May 23, 2009 (KPFA only) Vijay Prashad of Trinity College on the  
Indian elections * David Skeel of the University of Pennsylvania Law  
School on how bankruptcy (rather than trillion dollar checks) could be  
used to deal with the financial crisis	
April 30, 2009 Andrew Ross, author of Nice Work If You Can Get It, on  
life and labor in precarious times * Michael Yates, author of Why  
Unions Matter, just out in a second edition, on just that topic

April 23, 2009 William Robinson, UCSB sociology prof under attack by  
the Zionist lobby, on his case (more, with links, here) * Richard  
Seymour, keeper of the Lenin's Tomb blog and author of The Liberal  
Defense of Murder, on the U.S. left, and imperialism under Obama *  
Paul Mason, author of Meltdown, on The Crisis

Doug Henwood
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