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MARX: A HERO FOR OUR TIME?
— Suddenly, everyone from the Wall Street Journal to Rolling Stone seems to be talking about Karl Marx. Louis Proyect delves into this mysterious resurgence, giving a vivid assessment of Marx’s relevance in the era of globalized capitalism. THE MEANING OF MANDELA: Longtime civil rights organizer Kevin Alexander Gray gives in intimate portrait of Nelson Mandela and the global struggle of racial justice. FALLOUT OVER FUKUSHIMA: Peter Lee investigates the scandalous exposure of sailors on board the USS Reagan to radioactive fallout from Fukushima. SOUTHERN DISCOMFORT: Kim Nicolini charts the rise of Matthew McConaughey. PLUS: Mike Whitney on the coming crash of the housing market. JoAnn Wypijewski on slavery, torture and revolt. Chris Floyd on the stupidity of US policy in Ukraine. Kristin Kolb on musicians and health care. And Jeffrey St. Clair on life and death on the mean streets of an America in decline
Weekend Edition October 22-24, 2005
What I'm listening to this week.
What I’m listening to this week.
Doug Sahm– The Return of Wayne Douglas (Tornado 2000)
Wynton Kelly Trio–Kelly Blue (Riverside 1959)
Drive By Truckers–Decoration Day (New West 2003)
Merle Haggard–Chicago Wind (Capitol 2005)
James McMurtry–Too Long in the Wasteland (CBS 1989)
Beau Jocque & the Zydeco Hi Rollers– Gonna Take You Downtown (Rounder 1996)
Rodney Crowell–Small Worlds (Raven 2002)
Ozomatli –Street Signs (Concord 2004)
Roy Hargrove — RH Factor: Hard Groove (Verve 2003)
Melba Montgomery — Golden Moments (Classic World 2001)