Doug Henwood on Mon, 25 Aug 2008 02:15:35 +0200 (CEST)

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Recently posted to my radio archive

August 14, 2008 Moustafa Bayoumi, author of How Does It Feel To Be A  
Problem?, on being young and Arab in paranoid America * Christian  
Parenti, author of this Nation piece, on capitalism and class struggle  
in China
August 7, 2008 John Talbott, author of The Coming Crash in the Housing  
Market and Obamanomics, on the housing bust and Obamanomics * Roxanne  
Dunbar-Ortiz, contributor to Red State Rebels, on radicals in the  
heartland and the snobbery of the coastal left
July 17, 2008 Sue Sturgis of the Institute for Southern Studies on the  
myth of clean coal * Adolph Reed (author of this from the BAR) on  
Obama, etc.
July 10, 2008 The outrageous case of Fahad Hashmi: in deep confinement  
for having allegedly transferred rainwear to somone who passed it on  
to al Qaeda: Sean Maher (his laywer), Faisal Hashmi (his brother), and  
Jeanne Theoharis (former professor of his, and activist on his behalf)  
* Dennis Brutus, South African activist and poet, on the suit for  
apartheid reparations, the state of SA, and the bizarre joining of  
Nelson Mandela and Cecil Rhodes (interview includes two poems)

they join:

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

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)


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