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Economic Update: Ukraine Race and Class


[S12 E11] Ukraine, Race and Class

This week’s present on Financial Replace, Prof. Wolff talks in regards to the rising new world order, Ukraine and inflation, and the economics of sanctions. On the second half of the present, Wolff is joined by Prof. Adolph Reed, Jr. to debate race, class and the US left.

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About our Visitor: Adolph Reed Jr. is Professor Emeritus of Political Science on the College of Pennsylvania. He has taught at Howard, Yale, and Northwestern Universities, the College of Illinois at Chicago, and the New College for Social Analysis. He has been a Carnegie Company Scholar of Imaginative and prescient (2002/3), John J. McCloy’16 Visiting Professor at Amherst School (1998/99) and the inaugural Scholar in Residence, McKenna Heart for Management, St. Francis Xavier College, November 11-19, 2019. He’s the editor of Race, Politics and Tradition: Important Essays on the Radicalism of the Nineteen Sixties (Greenwood Press, 1986) and With out Justice for All: The New Liberalism and our Retreat from Racial Equality (Westview, 1999) and with Kenneth W. Warren of Renewing Black Mental Historical past: The Ideological and Materials Foundations of African American Thought (Paradigm, 2010). He’s creator of The Jesse Jackson Phenomenon: The Disaster of Function in Afro-American Politics (Yale Press, 1986); W.E.B. Du Bois and American Political Thought: Fabianism & the Coloration Line (Oxford College Press, 1997) Stirrings within the Jug: Black American Politics within the Submit-Segregation Period (College of Minnesota Press, 1999), Class Notes ( New Press, 2000), a group of his fashionable political writing) and The South: Jim Crow and its Afterlives (Verso), rumination on the final many years of the Jim Crow order. He’s presently finishing two books — “You Can’t Get There from Right here” a critique of black cultural research with Kenneth Warren (Routledge) and “When Compromises Come Residence to Roost: The Decline and Transformation of the U. S. Left” (Verso). He has been a columnist in The Progressive, The Village Voice, and The New Republic and has written incessantly in The Nation, Dissent,, of which he’s an editorial board member.
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