Doug Henwood on Sun, 11 Jan 2009 08:27:46 +0100 (CET)

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BEHIND THE NEWS with Doug Henwood
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"Best Music on an Economics & Politics Radio Show"
Village Voice Best of NYC 2005


Just posted to my radio archive

January 10, 2009 David Bacon, author of Illegal People, and Michelle  
Wucker, author ofLockout (and director of WPI) on immigration * Sara  
Roy on the horrors of Gaza (KPFA version, includes commentary on  
December employment)

it joins:

December 11, 2008 Charlie Komanoff on a plan to make NYC transit  
nearly free (by soaking cars) * Yanis Varoufakis on the Greek riots  
and Greek neoliberalism (This show was patched together from a two- 
hour WBAI fundraiser. Please contribute.)				
December 4, 2008 Preston Smith on "racial democracy" vs. social  
democracy, in 1940s Chicago and Obama's America * Anthony D'Costa on  
the Mumbai bombings and Indian neoliberalism

November 27, 2008 Richard Seymour, keeper of the Lenin's Tomb blog and  
author of The Liberal Defense of Murder, on liberal imperialism * Bill  
Ayers, author of Fugitive Days and Barack Obama's old pal, on  
revolution, education, and social change

November 20, 2008 Dan La Botz (author of this article) on the crisis  
in the auto industry - and the UAW * Reihan Salam, co-author of Grand  
New Party, great hope of the right, on the conservative movement's  

November 13, 2008 Forrest Hylton on Obama's likely Latin American  
policy (and his top advisor on the area, Dan Restrepo) * Kate Gordon,  
co-director of the Apollo Alliance, on green jobs
November 6, 2008 Adolph Reed on Obama's election * Maliha Safri on  
immigrants in the U.S. labor market - especially one that's shrinking

October 16, 2008 Ögmundur Jónasson, head of the Left Green delegation  
in the Icelandic parliament, on that country's financial crisis *  
Martin Wolf, Financial Times columnist and author of Fixing Global  
Finance, on The Crisis				

October 9, 2008 David Smick, economic consultant and author of The  
World Is Curved, on The Crisis * Sarah Ludwig of NEDAP on foreclosures

October 4, 2008 (KPFA only) Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin on the  
financial crisis, neoliberalism, and the American empire - the end of  
what, if anything, exactly?	

Doug Henwood
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