Doug Henwood on Mon, 28 Mar 2005 04:56:26 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> new radio product

Just added to my radio archive 

March 24, 2005 Simon Head, author of an excellent roundup-on Wal-Mart 
in the New York Review of Books (which prompted a two-page rebuttal 
ad from Wal-Mart!) and of The New Ruthless Economy, on what's wrong 
with Wal-Mart * three staffers from $pread magazine (Mary Christmas, 
Eliyanna, and Mercedes) on sex work

it joins

March 17, 2005 Anatol Lieven, author of America Right or Wrong, on 
Wolfowitz, "democracy," and Bush II * Jennifer Gordon, author of 
Suburban Sweatshops, on organizing immigrant workers on Long Island

March 10, 2005 Artist and writer Sunny Taylor on art, disability, and 
being censored by NPR * Naila Kabeer, author of The Power to Choose, 
on women, development, and the unwisdom of labor standards in trade 
agreements [Musical note: about halfway into the show is an excerpt 
from "Democracy Suspends Relevance," by "Jed Whitaker," a piece that 
includes samples from the interview with Slavoj Zizek broadcast in 
April 2003.]

March 3, 2005 Tamara Draut of Demos on debt * Steve Fraser, author of 
Every Man a Speculator, on the cultural and political history of Wall 
Street in American life


* Chalmers Johnson on the U.S. empire
* Jagdish Bhatwati on globalization
* Bill Fletcher on war and peace
* Slavoj Zizek on war, imperialism, and fantasy
* Naomi Klein on Argentina and the global justice movement
* Susie Bright on sex and politics
* Anatol Lieven on Iraq
* Cynthia Enloe on masculinity in the Bush administration (and oil)
* Laura Flanders on Bushwomen
* Carlos Mejia, deserter from Iraq
* Jennifer Washburn on the corporate university
* Norman Kelley on the crisis in black politics
* Joseph Stiglitz on the IMF and the Wall St-Treasury axis
* Lisa Jervis on feminism & pop culture
* Joel Schalit on anti-Semitism
* Robert Fatton on Haiti
* Elizabeth Warren on bankruptcy
* Gary Younge on a foreign journalist's view of the U.S.
* 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, the last June 2004)
* Walden Bello on the World Social Forum and alternative development models


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