Global Economics and Gospel

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Monday, January 18, 2010

Nobel Prize laureate Joseph Stiglitz explains how the United States exported bad economic ideas all over the globe. Then Andrew Ross Sorkin suggests questions the Congressional Financial Crisis Commission should be asking. Plus, Leonard will present our annual Martin Luther King Day gospel program!


Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz discusses the current financial crisis—and the coming global economic order. In Freefall: America, World Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy, he draws on his academic expertise, his years shaping policy in the Clinton administration and at the World Bank, and his role ...

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Andrew Ross Sorkin's Economic Questions

New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin, author of Too Big to Fail, talks about the Financial Crisis Commission should ask about the causes of the current financial crisis. You can read his column "What the Financial Crisis Commission Should Ask" here.

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Martin Luther King Day Gospel Hour

Leonard Lopate DJs his annual Martin Luther King Day gospel show.


"We Shall Overcome," Marion Williams (Through Many Dangers)
"Rock My Soul," Roberta Martin & The Roberta Martin Singers (Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel 1945-1958)
"I Won’t Mind," Norsalus McKissick & The Roberta Martin Singers (All ...

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