Helaine Olen talks about Social Security as an issue in the 2020 presidential campaign & Sara Matheissen says Bernie could be the first feminist president.
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Alyss Thomas on The Journal Writer’s Companion & Gareth St. John Thomas discusses Finding True Connections.
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Spy novelist Alan Furst talks about his latest book, Under Occupation, &.his previous novels, Spies of the Balkans and The Foreign Correspondent.
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We remember William Greider & Harold Bloom and we hear from Peter Yarrow and the Rev. William Barber
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Nathan J. Robinson talks about his new book, Why You Should Be A Socialist and energy and conflict analyst Michael Klare tells us how the US military will have to change in the face of the climate catastrophe.
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Richard Louv of nature deficit fame talks about his new book, OUR WILD CALLING. And Carl Safina talks about his book BEYOND WORDS.
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The myth and reality of Thanksgiving: David Silverman, This Land Is Their Land. And Marge Bruchac on Thanksgiving from the Native point of view.
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We talk with Mimi Lemay about her memoir, What We Will Become: A Mother, a Son, and a Journey of Transformation. Then, Senator Sherrod Brown talks about his new book, Desk 88: Eight Progressive Senators Who Changed America.
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We spend the hour with legendary travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux, talking about his latest book, ON THE PLAIN OF SNAKES: A Mexican Journey. We also hear a poem by Javier Sicilia.
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Monique Morris discusses her book Sing a Rhythm, Dance a Blues: Education for the Liberation of Black and Brown Girls. Ben Ehrenreich talks about his article in the Nation, "California Is Burning—Nationalize PG&E."
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Amitav Ghosh talks about his new novel, Gun Island. Then, NPR-correspondent Aarti Shahani tells us about her stunning memoir of immigration to America: Here We Are: American Dreams, American Nightmares.
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Ryan Grim talks about his book on the progressive movement, We've Got People. Also, Jeet Heer of the Nation on the Dem debate.
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Virginia Eubanks talks about her award-winning book Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor.
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We talk with John Nichols of the Nation about impeachment, with D.D. Guttenplan about Bernie and Warren, Les Leopold about the current state of income and wealth inequality.
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We talk with James Hoggan about I’m Right and You’re An Idiot. Then we talk with David Bollier about Free, Fair and Alive: The Insurgent Power of the Commons.
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We talk with naturalist, author, and award-winning wildlife filmmaker Paul Rosalie about his novel The Girl And The Tiger. But first, we talk with journalist and historian Jim Rousmaniere about his book Water Connections. It's about the relationship of water to people and people to water.
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We talk with epidemiologist Dan Werb about his book, City of Omens: A Search for the Missing Women of the Borderlands. And climate scientist Michael Mann talks about the youth climate movement.
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Paul Tough talks about how the higher education system reinforces inequality. His book is THE YEARS THAT MATTER MOST. And Kristina Rizga talks about her book MISSION HIGH.
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We talk with sci fi novelist, blogger and technology activist, Cory Doctorow about two of his novels: Radicalized and Makers.
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