Economist James Galbraith talks with Bill Moyers

The stock market is up, but people on Main Street are still reeling from last year’s economic collapse. With North America still facing rising unemployment, foreclosures, and declining property values, Bill Moyers discusses with renowned economist James Galbraith, professor of economics at the University of Texas, whether we have averted the crisis and how to get help for the middle class. Watch the October 30, 2009 interview in three parts below:
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One Response to Economist James Galbraith talks with Bill Moyers

  1. Anonymous says:

    I happened on this interview a couple of days ago and enjoyed it immensely. Galbraith and Moyers covered subjects with more attention to the big picture than I usually see.
    One big plus for me through this whole financial mess has been my exposure to deep thinkers of all stripes regarding this crisis. I am so grateful to have the internet to bring these people right into my home.
    I liked Galbraith's comments about the potential of the United States as a source of positive vision for the world. Danielle, it reminded me of your great comment on one of your interviews about seeing the United States as an older brother–when he leads well, it is inspiring.

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