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Who will tell the people : edited version / William Greider and Joe D'La Guardia ; interviewed by Ian Masters.

Program Title:
Who will tell the people : edited version / William Greider and Joe D'La Guardia ; interviewed by Ian Masters.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ1900
Description: 

William Greider, author of Who Will Tell the People, discusses the betrayal of the United States democratic ideal. He presents his perspective as a journalist about the process of reporting, the problems of interest rates, the decline of wages since the 70's, and the collapse of 'safe' white collar jobs which signals the most recent level of crisis. Joe D'La Guardia, Congressional Reporesentative from Westchester, New York, examines the unaccountability of Congres. He presents fiscal affairs, the deficit, the Savings and Loan crisis, using cash from Social Security, and the huge internationa debt of $200 billion. La Guardia is calling for major economic reform.|WHO WILL TELL THE PEOPLE : EDITED VERSION / William Greider and Joe D'La Guardia| interviewed by Ian Masters. - William Greider, author of Who Will Tell the People, discusses the betrayal of the United States democratic ideal. He presents his perspective as a journalist about the process of reporting, the problems of interest rates, the decline of wages since the 70's, and the collapse of "safe" white colar jobs which signal the most recent level of crisis. Joe D'LaGuardia, Congressional Representative from Westchester New York, examines the unaccountability of Congress. He examines fiscal affairs, the deficit, the Savings and Loan crisis, using cash from Social Security, and the huge international debt of $200 billion. LaGuardia is calling for major economic reform. - RECORDED: KPFK, 10 May 1992. For original, unedited version, see Background briefing, archive number: KZ1690.38.

Station: 
Date Recorded on: 
10 May 1992.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
1 reel (33 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|33:00
Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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