Friday, October 05, 2012

On the crisis (and its true guarantors)

Today we give this space to economist Richard D. Wolff, who trained at Harvard, Stanford, and Yale, and lately teaches at our alma mater, the New School

It's a lecture he gave to a church full of concerned folks about the economic crisis, how we got there, and who is being asked to pay for it.

The video is long, but it is (1) compelling, (2) surprisingly entertaining considering its implications, and finally (3) well worth your time.

Take it away, Dr. Wolff.



1 comment:

Ung Kwan said...

I've taken some classes with him at the Brecht Forum. He's always interesting and entertaining.