Larry Bowlden reviews an earlier work by Jennifer Egan (a Pulitzer prize-winner for her 2010 novel "The Goon Squad"), "Look at Me". Larry considers Egan's exploration of identity and how others see us affects and effects us.
Clayton Morgareidge hosts and talks with Radical Musicologist Brad Duncan about Black Power and Soul music; Bill Resnick talks with media analyst Robert McChesney about the dangers corporate internet monopolies pose for democracy; and movie moles Denise Morris and Frann Michel review the documentary A Place at the Table about food insecurity in the USA.
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Join Greg Palast and i on Thursday March 21 @ 8:30AM as we discuss the death of Hugo Chavez and the rebuilding of the Republican Party. This is the kick-off of our Spring membership drive! It is always a pleasure to kick-off the drive with Greg's insightful conversations and fun thank you gifts.
About Greg Palast
Greg Palast is the author of Billionaires and Ballot Bandits, Vultures' Picnic and the New York Times bestsellers, Armed Madhouse and The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.
Weapons of mass destruction. Regime change. Shock and awe. 9/11. Freedom fries. A wink, a nod, and a lie -- and all of a sudden, the United States invades a country that never attacked us. Ten years after the War in Iraq began, Abe and Joe look back at the surreal runup to the 2003 invasion, the torture and plunder of the war itself, and its lingering aftermath.