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David Brushwood Interview — Podcast May 1, 2017

Martin Shkreli Isn’t the Only Profiteer in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Why Does the U.S., Alone Among Developed Countries, Allow Life-Saving Prescription Drugs To Be Priced Beyond the Reach Of Many Of the Patients Who Need Them? David Brushwood, professor emeritus of Pharmaceutical Outcomes … Continue reading

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Dean Baker Interview, Part 2 — Podcast February 6, 2012

“The Game Was Rigged”: What the 1% Was Really Up To. In the second part of his interview with Democratic Perspective, Dean Baker talks about who benefits from current economic policies, and what we might do to make them work … Continue reading

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More On The Economy With Dean Baker.

Democratic Perspective continued its discussion with acclaimed economist, Dean Baker by asking about the current debate over taxation of the wealthy. “Progressives need a new approach to politics,” he replied. “Most of the public debate is conservatives want to leave things … Continue reading

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