May 27, 2021
Julian Go of the University of Chicago discusses how America's wars abroad in the late 1800's influenced policing, and how that history echoes in today's approach to law enforcement.
May 20, 2021
The Farm Bill was designed to protect America's farmers from short term swings in prices and provide consumers with cheap and stable food prices. Chris Bosso of Northeastern University explains how this has come at the cost of our health, the environment, and the long term viability of America's food supply.
May 13, 2021
Mauro Guillén discusses his new book, '2030: How Today's Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything' - which outlines how an aging population, immigration, and the rapid pace of innovation will require us to rethink everything from immigration to foreign policy to capitalism itself.
May 6, 2021
Dan McCrory worked as a union member and labor activist for 37 years, watching the quality of life of the American worker decline as time went on. Dan discusses how Republicans, Democrats, and union leadership all played a role in the process, and his book "Capitalism Killed the Middle Class: 25 Ways the System is...