Interviews

On the Edge with Max Keiser

May 29, 2009
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Max Keiser (BBC): Bonds going belly up? Sovereign Debt Crisis (government bonds). Introduction: Part I (Stacy Herbert leads in) Part II (Michael starts at 2:20 min into the video) Part III (Michael Hudson’s conclusion)

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Iceland Under Attack (part 1)

May 21, 2009
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A copy of this file can be downloaded here.

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Iceland Under Attack (Part 2)

May 5, 2009
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Renegade Economist The Michael Hudson Series – Part 4 Economic Rent

April 27, 2009
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The Michael Hudson Series – Part 4 Economic Rent can be viewed here.

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Renegade Economist The Michael Hudson Series – Part 3 Income Tax

April 17, 2009
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The Michael Hudson Series – Part 3 Income Tax can be viewed here.

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Weekly Talk Show – Renegade Economist

March 28, 2009
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This episode of the Renegade Economist can be view here.

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Guns and Butter – "The Way We Were and What We Are Becoming"

March 4, 2009
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Interviewed by Bonnie Faulkner for Guns and Butter on KPFA radio, March 4th, 2009 “The Way We Were and What We Are Becoming” with financial economist and historian, Dr. Michael Hudson. We begin with an analysis of the continuing bailout of insurance giant AIG and Monday’s stock market selloff; price and debt deflation; the...

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Six Minutes with the Renegade Economist

February 27, 2009
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Fred Harrison (Renegade Economist) interviews Michael Hudson You can also download a copy of this interview here.

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The Oracle with Max Keiser

February 27, 2009
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Dr Hudson interviewed on BBC World TV ‘s The Oracle with Max Keiser. Part one Part two Part three A copy of the complete interview can be downloaded here.

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Robert Kuttner and Michael Hudson on the Obama Administration’s $789 Billion Economic Stimulus Package and $2.5 Trillion Bank Recovery Plans

February 13, 2009
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Interview for DemocracyNow. Audio copy of interview. Transcript Both the House and Senate are set to vote today on the $789 billion economic stimulus package. The vote follows weeks of political wrangling that culminated in compromise legislation struck on Wednesday. The final size of the package is less than what both the House and...

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