Best of This is Hell!; 2010, Part Three Shows

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The ‘Best of This is Hell!: 2010, Part Three‘ featured interviews from last year with …

  • Melvin Goodman is the national security and intelligence columnist for truthout.org.
  • Heather Rogers, author of, “Green Gone Wrong: How the Economy is Undermining the Environmental Revolution”
  • Greta Christina is the author of “Bending,” an erotic novella that’s part of the three-novella collection, “Three Kinds of Asking For It.” We had Greta on to discuss her article, “5 Stupid, Unfair and Sexist Things Expected of Men: We know the many ways sexism hurts women. But we don’t talk as much about how sexism hurts men.”
  • André Schiffrin, author of the new book, “Words and Money: A publishing luminary analyzes the crisis of the media and considers the alternatives”. Andre was the publisher at Pantheon Books for 30 years. He left in 1990 to start the not-for-profit publisher The New Press.
  • Karen Greenberg is the Executive Director at the Center on Law and Security at New York University Law School and the author of, “The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo’s First 100 Days”. We talked with Karen about her most recent column, “Guilty Until Proven Guilty: Threatening the Presumption of Innocence.”
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Chris Hedges, discusses his new book is entitled, “Death of the Liberal Class”.
  • John Cassidy is a journalist at The New Yorker, and author of “How Markets Fail: The Logic of Economic Calamities,” which has been shortlisted for the Pulitzer Prize, and was just released in paperback with a new afterword. We had John on to discuss his latest column at The New Yorker is, “What Good Is Wall Street?: Much of what investment bankers do is socially worthless.”
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Best of This is Hell!; 2010, Part Three
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  • This Is Hell Admin

    There was a problem with the podcast. Wont happen. Sorry.

  • davidskalinder

    I’ve got a copy. It’s all stuff that’s been broadcast before, but if you want it it’s up at http://davidskalinder.com/hell/.

    HTH