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Frida Berrigan, Jeff Biggers, Tom Engelhardt, Glenn Greenwald, Russell Mokhiber, Sarah Posner, Vijay Prashad, Diane Ravitch and Andre Vltchek.
Featuring writing from the past week by past This is Hell! guests Juan Cole, Henry Giroux, Glenn Greenwald, Reza Marashi, Greg Palast, Diane Ravitch, Rebecca Solnit, Matt Taibbi, and Dave Zirin.
Writing from the past week by nine past guests of This is Hell! including Peter Beaumont, Ira Chernus, Steven Greenhouse, Robert Parry, Paul Pillar, Robert Pollin, Diane Ravitch, Robert Scheer, and Jon Wiener
Anatol Lieven talks about talking to the Taliban, Diane Ravitch on education and the Chicago strike, Moustafa Bayoumi on “Men Behaving Badly.”
Irregular correspondents Danny Muller from Haiti, Brian Foley on the law and war, Will Lynch live from Dublin, Elvis DeMorrow reports from the Konspiracy Korner, and Jeff Dorchen delivers a Moment of Truth.
Sunday Morning Edition! includes writing by past guests Steven Aftergood, Ari Berman, Peter van Buren, Glenn Greenwald, Doug Henwood, Joshua Holland, Sarah Posner, Diane Ravitch and Corey Robin.
The Sunday Morning Edition! of The Nine Circles of Hell! features writing from the past week by past guests Dean Baker, Moazzam Begg, John Cassidy, Juan Cole, Chris Hedges, Joshua Holland, Diane Ravitch, Julia Whitty, and Dave Zirin.
The Nine Circles!: Sunday Edition features writing from the past week by past guests Dan Ellsberg and David Krieger, Paul Harris, Andy Kroll, John Lanchester, Michael Lind, John Nichols, Diane Ravitch, Chip Ward and Andy Worthington.
Diane Ravitch is Research Professor of Education at New York University and a historian of education. Diane is a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Last year, she won the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences in 2011 for her “careful use of social science research for Read more
This weekend, Chuck Mertz interviews education expert Diane Ravitch on ‘Schools We Can Envy,’ economist Mark Weisbrot on Greece, Haiti, the budget and America’s ‘Lost Decade,’ author John Nichols will tell us ‘How Wisconsin Renewed the Politics of Protest,’ and activist Omar Barghouti will discuss ‘The Global Struggle for Palestinian Rights.’ Our irregular correspondents will be Danny Muller, who gives a Wasted Energy Report, and the Hopleaf’s Michael Roper talks beer.