First, Michael Hiltzik author of, The New Deal: A Modern History, discusses the politics of the new deal, and what can we learn from the program that reshaped the country. [ dur: 27 mins. ]
- Michael Hiltzik is a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and author who has covered business, technology, and public policy for the Los Angeles Times for three decades. He currently serves as the Times’s business columnist and hosts its business blog, The Economy Hub. His books include The New Deal: A Modern History, Colossus: The Turbulent, Thrilling Saga of the Building of Hoover Dam, Dealers of Lightning: Xerox PARC and the Dawn of the Computer Age and The Plot Against Social Security: How the Bush Plan Is Endangering Our Financial Future.
Then, scholars note that the world is waging fewer wars, but that the wars that are waged are more brutal and intractable. How far have we come in the science of making peace? [ dur: 31 mins. ]
- George Lopez Vice President and Director of international conflict management at US Institute of Peace and co-author of Sanctions and the Search for Security: Challenges to UN Action
- Ervin Staub, Prof. of Psychology University of Massettuces Amherst. Author of The Psychology of Good and Evil: Why Children, Adults, and Groups Help and Harm Others
- Norrin Ripsman, Professor of Political Science at Concordia University. Co-author of Globalization and the National Security State
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