A New Economy; "The Comedy of Errors"; John Hodgman; "Fatal Assistance" in Haiti; the History of Privacy

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after January 2010 earthquake. From "Fatal Assistance," directed by Paoul Peck.

Gar Alperovitz discusses what a new economy might look like and how it might be more democratic, support communities, and be better governed. Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Hamish Linklater talk about playing twins in “The Comedy of Errors,” the summer’s first Shakespeare in the Park production. John Hodgman on “John Hodgman: Ragnarok,” a survival guide to the Mayan apocalypse. Filmmaker Raoul Peck talks about his film “Fatal Assistance,” a look at what happened in the wake of the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010. And, The New Yorker’s Jill Lepore on the NSA data collection program and the history of state surveillance.