They took the deal forced on them by their EU creditors—but Greeks in the streets say it’s not over yet. PLUS: Heyday Books founder Malcolm Margolin, master storyteller and gatherer, asks Why Berkeley? With host Kris Welch.
What will be the fall-out of the Greek negotiations with the EU—more imposed austerity, or inspiration for Europe’s left? James Galbraith, who advised the Greek finance ministry, shares his views. Plus: Bernie Sanders as told to John Nichols. AND: Dying to Know, a new documentary about Ram Dass and Timothy Leary. With host Kris Welch.
Is Greece in, or out, of the EU? Is that really the right question? Greek voters decide the fate of their government, among other things, on Sunday. PLUS: the SF Mime Troupe’s 56th season opens this weekend, with “Freedomland”. And Wes Nisker and Nina Wise in performance. With host Kris Welch.
To the dismay of activists, the House of Representatives by a narrow margin has approved fast track authority on a massive trade bill. Now what? Plus: it seems more and more certain that Greece will default on its bailout loans. Then what? And: a new film by Rick Goldsmith on Chamique Holdsclaw, basketball superstar. With … Continued