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Doug Henwood on Tue, 30 Mar 2010 09:31:34 +0200 (CEST)

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BEHIND THE NEWS with Doug Henwood

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

opening commentaries at:


Just posted to my radio archive

March 25, 2010 Tom Athanasiou of EcoEquity on the science and politics  
of climate change • Steffie Woolhandler of Physicians for a National  
Health Program on the health care abomination				

March 18, 2010 Greg Albo, Sam Gindin, and Leo Panitch of York  
University, authors of In and Out of Crisis, on the current economic  
mess: origins, consequences, possibilities

they join:

March 13, 2010 Yves Smith, keeper of the Naked Capitalism blog and  
author of Econned, on the contribution of the dismal science to the  
financial crisis, and how Wall Street is worse than ever • Robert  
Pollin of UMass on how to create 18 million new jobs

March 4, 2010 David Cay Johnston on the Austin IRS suicide pilot and  
how the rich have largely given up on paying taxes • Yanis Varoufakis  
on the Greek economic crisis (and Germany’s designs)				

February 6, 2010 (KPFA version) Mark Brenner, director of Labor Notes,  
on the state of the working class today (not so great, actually) •  
Bill Fletcher, executive editor of The Black Commentator, on the need  
for the left to “get serious”

January 28, 2010 Dan La Botz on what happened to the working class •  
Stephanie Coontz, professor of history at Evergreen State and director  
of research and education for the Council on Contemporary Families, on  
the state of the family and gender relations today

January 21, 2010 Robert Fatton on the history and social structure of  
Haiti, and how it's compounded the misery of natural disaster

January 14, 2010 Robert Fatton on the history and social structure of  
Haiti (excerpts from 2004 interviews) • Tom Geoghegan on the evil  
thing known as the Senate filibuster • Alyssa Katz, author of this  
piece (and the excellent book of Our Lot) on the state of the housing  
market and what good things we can do with all the see-through condos  
left over from the bubble	
January 9, 2010 (KPFA version) Michael Rose of the Bureau of National  
Affairs on the BNA’s survey of economists’ projections for 2010 •  
Cyrus Bina of the University of Minnesota–Morris on Iran

December 31, 2009 David Himmelstein on the emerging Democratic health  
reform schemes • Dennis Brutus on South Africa (repeat of July 2008  
interview in memory of the great poet and activist who died on  
December 26)		


Doug Henwood
Producer, Behind the News
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