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Updates on Montreal students fighting tuition hikes, global economic slowdown (again) and Spain's bank crisis, and big pay for CEOs of top financiers. Analyses of (1) Wisconsin and California elections, and (2) huge Mondragon cooperative corporation.
- Our guest today is a professor emeritus of economics at the University of Massachusetts Richard Wolff. He's in high demand these days as a guest on radio and television see:. He and David Barsamian have written a new book called OCCUPY THE ECONOMY: CHALLENGING CAPITALISM. And he joins us now to talk about the recession, reviving the middle class, Wall Street and yesterday's May Day protests. Listen to the showInterview with WMNF 88.5fm in Tampa, FLPublished on May 2, 2012AUDIO
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Paul Harris in Chicago guardian.co.uk, Thursday 19 April 2012 11.26 EDT Article history
Richard Wolff sat in a downtown Chicago coffee shop and confessed he was having the time of his life. "I am a little like a kid in a candy store. I really am," Wolff said with a grin, using the sort of language not usually associated with the dry world of Marxist economics.