Economic Update: Faith & Labor Fight Inequality

 
The first half of this week’s show provides updates on how golf courses are economically undemocratic, how pharmaceutical corporations work to block cheaper drug imports, why corporations in the U.S. do not need or deserve tax cuts, how Monsanto bought academic research to keep its dangerous "Roundup" product on the market, and the politics and economics of scapegoating immigrants in the US and Germany.
 
SPECIAL GUEST: Joerg Rieger & Rosemarie Henkel-Rieger as they discuss how they combine faith and labor advocation to undo inequality in the US. To see the second half of this week's episode, sign up as a patron on Patreon.
 

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