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Going Nuclear: An Environmentalist Makes the Case

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: The director of “Pandora’s Promise” pitches nuclear power. Also: Bringing quality food to the poor, and bullying in sports.

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Going Nuclear: An Environmentalist Makes the Case

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: The director of “Pandora’s Promise” pitches nuclear power. Also: Bringing quality food to the poor, and bullying in sports.

Posted on Nov 7, 2013 READ MORE



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America, by Way of the Antelope Valley

Such areas contain the dispirited middle that Obama will have to win over to be re-elected, people whose struggles with daily life are so consuming that the national political debate over the budget and the deficit seems far away and irrelevant.

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Waking Up in the 1930s

In the year 2010, America once again embraced the bread line, and the neatly dressed, solidly middle class, once working folk who queue up are just becoming reconciled to a stark new reality.

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Breadline USA

Sasha Abramsky discusses his new solution-oriented book about the millions of Americans who work 40 hours a week and still go hungry, “these forgotten communities and these forgotten families who are doing everything they’ve been told they need to do to survive and ... they’re still being pushed backward by economic forces that they really don’t control.”

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AP photo / Dima Gavrysh

Breadline USA

Sasha Abramsky discusses his new solution-oriented book about the millions of Americans who work 40 hours a week and still go hungry, “these forgotten families who are doing everything they’ve been told they need to do to survive and ... they’re still being pushed backward by economic forces that they really don’t control.”

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