Mon, 09/21/2015 - 12:00am
Gentrification in Portland, Psychology of Republican candidates, Love v. Money, and Postal Service
Bill Resnick hosts this show featuring music about love and a better world by Michael Jackson. The segments of the show are these:
- Journalist Arun Gupta talks with Bill Resnick about gentrification and the role of teachers' unions in resisting it.
- Jan Haaken explains some of the psychology behind the rhetoric of Republican presidential candidates in debate.
- Clayton Morgareidge reflects on what kind of love could change the world.
- Jamie Partridge talks with Bill about the US postal service and how to save it.
Old Mole engineer Patsy Kullberg's novel, mentioned on the show, is Girl in the River. It takes place in 1940s and '50s Portland.