Doug Henwood on Mon, 30 Mar 2009 20:03:55 +0200 (CEST)

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BEHIND THE NEWS with Doug Henwood

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Just posted to my radio archive

March 19, 2009 Caitlin Macy, author of Spoiled, on life in & around the American upper class * Teresa Ghilarducci, author of When I'm Sixty-Four (as well as this paper) on pensions

March 12, 2009 Joel Magnuson, author of Mindful Economics, on the economics of capitalism and beyond * Aurora Meneghello and Serge Bakalian, who are making Default, a doc about student debt

they join:

March 7, 2009 (KPFA version) Rob Weissman (author of this report) on Wall Street's political contributions & the disastrous dereg agenda they bought * James Horney of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities on Obama's budget
February 28, 2009 (KPFA only) Jeff Madrick on The Crisis * David Himmelstein on Obama's health plans and the awfulness of the Massachusetts model

February 21, 2009 (KPFA only) Pratap Chatterjee, author ofHalliburton's Army, on how Pentagon contracting makes it easier to go to war * Susie Bright, editor of X: The Erotic Treasury, on sex and politics

January 29, 2009 James Howard Kunstler, author most recently of World Made By Hand, on the decline of oil-based civilization, the horrors of suburbia, and the sickness of tattooing * Jeffrey Perry, biographer of Hubert Harrison, on the forgotten black radical who should be remembered

January 22, 2009 Stephen Mihm, author of A Nation of Counterfeiters, on the giant role of fakery and fraud in American financial history * Sean Jacobs (his blog is here) on South Africa and the ANC's fall from grace

January 15, 2009 Michael Lighty of the California Nurses Association on the economic impact of health care and a wished-for transition to single-payer * Nomi Prins and Max Fraad Wolff on the economic crisis

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)

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

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