Eleanor LeCain discusses progressive economic strategies and immigration reform with Harold Meyerson, one of the country’s leading political analysts.
Eleanor LeCain discusses post-election progressive strategies with Heather Booth, one of the top progressive strategists in the United States.
Eleanor LeCain analyzes the recent elections with Ruy Teixeira, a Senior Fellow at both The Century Foundation and the Center for American Progress.
Eleanor LeCain talks about how citizens can have more impact on policy through Citizen Cabinets, a possible solution to counter corporate influence on government, with Steven Kull, Founder and President of Voice of the People.
Eleanor LeCain talks about Transformational Leadership with Robert Gass, co-founder of the Rockwood Leadership Institute.
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Donna Hall, President & CEO of the Women Donors Network, about the new study on the gender and racial composition of all 42,000 elected leaders in the US.
Eleanor LeCain talks about the dangers of toxic mercury in our tooth fillings with Charlie Brown, national counsel for Consumers for Dental Choice and a world leader for mercury-free dentistry.
In Charlene Spretnak's final program she speaks with Jerry Mander, co-organizer of the teach-in on "Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth," which will be held at Cooper Union in NYC on Oct. 25-26, and with Dr. Helen Caldicott, a speaker at the teach-in; reflections on Relational Reality; also a bit on a new book, The Spiritual Dynamic in Modern Art
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Ralph Nader about his latest book, Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State
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As part of the run-up to that event, Charlene Spretnak speaks with the journalist Mark Hertsgaard, author of HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth; also, her reflections on the 13th anniversary of 9-11; poem by Kay Ryan