This week, we'll speak with economist Dean Baker about what's next for the UK, the EU and our IRAs following the UK's surprising move to exit the European Union. We're in uncharted waters, but Dean has some ideas about how all of this might play out.
This week, we have two really good, in-depth discussions of very different topics.
This week, as Hillary Clinton becomes the presumptive nominee, we'll be joined by Rebecca Traister, who spent days up and close with HRC and wrote a terrific profile for New York Magazine. It's long been said that in small groups Clinton is very different from her public image -- relaxed, smart and funny -- but she's so media-shy that the public image is unlikely to change.
This week, we look at Muhammad Ali's black nationalism, his opposition to intermarriage and the backlash he faced from the white establishment after refusing to fight in Vietnam. Of the North Vietnamese, Ali famously said, "They never called me nigger, they never lynched me, they didn't put no dogs on me, they didn't rob me of my nationality, rape and kill my mother and father."