Author and journalist Deborah Copaken Kogan joins Bob to discuss her recent article in The Nation, “My So-Called Post-Feminist Life In Arts and Letters”.
Then, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz worked in the Clinton administration as the chair of the President's Council of Economic Advisors, then at the World Bank as Senior Vice President and Chief Economist. Now, he’s a professor at Columbia University and the author of The Price of Inequality. Bob talks with Stiglitz about how most Americans are worse off now than they were a decade ago and why he thinks that endangers our democracy. [Broadcast Date: April 29, 2013]