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Friday, May 13, 2011

Former acting Governor of New Jersey Richard Codey, discusses his life in Garden State politics. Plus: the future of Goldman Sachs; NYC museums are swapping locations; former Citigroup executive William Rhodes; Catholics and the GOP; and an update on the Times Hawk Cam and Violet’s health.

Wall St. Boiling Point?

William Cohan, writer for the New York Times, Fortune, and Vanity Fair, former Wall Street banker,  and author of the book House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and Wretched Excess on Wall Street, to talk about the state of popular anger with Wall St, and whether Goldman Sachs will suffer as a result.

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Banker to the World

William Rhodes, former senior vice chairman of, and currently senior advisor to, Citigroup and Citibank, talks about his career, including working abroad with such figures as Fidel Castro, and his new book, Banker to the World: Leadership Lessons from the Front Lines of Global Finance.

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Museums on the Move

New York Times cultural reporter Robin Pogrebin discusses the plans for MOMA to take over the midtown Folk Art Museum space and for the Met to take over the Whitney's Madison Ave building.  

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Catholics and the GOP

Stephen F. Schneck, Director of the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies at the Catholic University of America, talks about the critical letter to Speaker Boehner which he and other Catholic academics signed, and other reactions from Catholics to the GOP budget.

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Inside New Jersey Politics

Richard Codey, former president of the New Jersey Senate and acting governor (following McGreevey's resignation), talks about his new memoir, Me, Governor?: My Life in the Rough-and-Tumble World of New Jersey Politics.

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Following Up: The Hawk Cam and Violet's Health

Steve Zahn, natural resources program supervisor for region 2 at the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation, and New York Times senior producer at the Metro desk, Emily Rueb, give an update on the Times' Hawk Cam and the health of new mom Violet and her baby eyas, the red-tailed hawks perched on the ledge outside of NYU president John Sexton's office.

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