Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Unwelcome Guests #5: Michael Parenti - Executive Power and State Needs; Office Depot's Anti-Union Policies; Juliette Beck on the 2000 Washington DC Protests of the World Bank & IMF; Subverting Government and Corporate Censorship of the Internet; David Korten - When Corporations Rule the World

Episode #5 - You Can't make a Silk Purse out Of a Sow's Ear (A look at structure and how it affects democracy)
Unwelcome Guests

Michael Parenti speaking this week on "Executive Power and Democratic Needs" - the role of the presidency in furthering state power. In the second hour, Office Depot's anti-union policies, Juliette Beck of Global Exchange on the April 16-17 protests against the World Bank and IMF in Washington, DC; FreeNet, a new system devised to subvert government and corporate censorship of the internet; and an interview with David Korten, author of When Corporations Rule the World and The Post Corporate World, Life After Capitalism.

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