Doug Henwood on Mon, 17 Sep 2007 11:05:30 +0200 (CEST)

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Just added to my radio archive

September 13, 2007 BART JONES, author of Hugo!: The Hugo Chavez Story  
from Mud Hut to Perpetual Revolution, on Chavez and his 21st century  
socialism * ERVAND ABRAHAMIAN on Iranian politics	
September 6, 2007 JAMES PARROTT of the Fiscal Policy Institute on The  
State of Working New York * DESMOND LACHMAN of AEI on why Wall Street  
needs a bailout	
August 30, 2007 ARLOC SHERMAN & LEIGHTON KU of the Center on Budget  
and Policy Priorities on the Census income, poverty, and health  
insurance figures for 2006 * NIKITRA BAILEY & SARAH LUDWIG on how  
subprime scamsters have been conning people out of their houses

they join

August 16, 2007 SUNGUR SAVRAN on Turkey * DEAN BAKER on the housing bust

August 9, 2007 PETER SPIEGELMAN, editor of Wall Street Noir, and  
Lawrence Light, one of the contributors, on finance & crime fiction *  
Andrew Beveridge on women earning more than men in NYC, and other  
demographic curiosities (like who can afford all that luxury housing)

July 5, 2007 AUDACIA RAY, author of Naked on the Internet, on women,  
the net, and sex * LEN RODBERG rebuts the attacks on Michael Moore's  
tremendous movie, SiCKO

June 28, 2007 ROBERT FRANK, author of Richistan, on today's neo-  
Gilded Age rich * CAMILO MEJIA, author of Road from ar Ramadi, on the  
army, Iraq, and deserting from the army in Iraq

June 14, 2007 Joel Kovel, author of Overcoming Zionism, on the  
psychopolitics of Zionism and the possibilites of a single-state  
solution in Israel/Palestine * Christian Parenti on Afghanistan


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 * 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 * 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 * 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 * Anatol  
Lieven (several times) on Iraq, Chechnya, Russia, US nationalism, and  
why the US must give up its empire * Katha Pollitt, author of  
Virginity or Death, on feminism and politics * Julia Sweig on Cuba *  
Ned Sublette on music and politics * 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

producer, Behind the News
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