No Logo Turns 10

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

It was ten years ago that No Logo, Naomi Klein’s landmark book on consumer culture, was first released. She discusses what’s changed over the past decade, and what concerns her the most today. Plus, the details of the Senate’s health care bill; tips for time management; and how a community college plans to spend Goldman Sachs’s money.


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Healthcare's Latest

Details of the senate health care bill are coming to light. Washington Post Congressional Reporter Shailagh Murray parses what's in the legislation and what's not.

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Goldman Shares a Little. Small Businesses Benefit

Goldman Sachs is sharing the wealth - some of it - through its 10,000 Small Businesses Initiative, which aims to offer business know-how and support to Main Street. Melissa Berman, President and CEO of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors discusses whether it will repair the firm’s battered image. ...

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Bridging the Digital Gap: Internet Freedom in China

Ethan Zuckerman, co-founder of Global Voices and research fellow at the Berkman Center, joins us weekly in November to talk about the global impact of social media.

This week's topic: Censorship and blogging in China.

Homework for next week: Africa Knows

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No Logo: One Decade Later

Journalist and activist Naomi Klein discusses the ten-year anniversary of the release of her landmark book NO LOGO: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies.

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Katrina Liability Ruling

A federal judge has ruled that the Army Corps of Engineers is liable for much of the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. H.J. Bosworth Jr., is the director of research at, the non-profit group founded to hold the corps responsible.

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Stealing Time

Don't have time to listen to the entire show? Listen to this and you might gain it. Sue Shellenbarger, "Work & Family" columnist and senior writer for The Wall Street Journal, offers tips on managing time, deadlines and life.

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