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Monday, December 01, 2008

Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on why he says we’ve returned to Depression-era economics. Also: Paula Zahn on her weekly public TV show "Sunday Arts." Morris Robinson on his new album, "Going Home." Plus, a look at some of the best and worst examples of architecture from the last century!

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Paul Krugman, Morris Robinson and Paula Zahn

Paul Krugman on Depression Economics

Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman explains why he says we’ve returned to Depression economics – and that the global economy must change in order to survive. His recently-updated book is The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008.

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Paula Zahn on the Arts

Veteran TV journalist Paula Zahn talks about her new gig as co-host of "Sunday Arts" on Thirteen/WNET, as well as her upcoming cello performance at Carnegie Hall.

Paula Zahn will be hosting and performing cello
Sejong Soloists Benefit Concert
Tues. Dec. ...

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Morris Robinson, Bass

Morris Robinson is becoming one of the most sought-after basses of his generation. He’s also a graduate of The Citadel, where he was a football star and two-time all-American offensive lineman. His new album is “Going Home.”

Morris Robinson will be performing
with ...

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Radical Architecture

Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Ada Louise Huxtable talks about how architecture has changed slowly but radically over the last century. She’s the author of several books, including her most recent, On Architecture.

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