My dad on PBS Wed 11/16 (economics)
My dad's new book the Darwin Economy, should have a segment on PBS Wed, november 16.
Bruno, you should watch this.
His ideas seem sound for both left and right thinkers, as long as you're not stuck with a tea-bagger mindset that all taxes are bad.
The book is really understandable even to folks like me who don't delve too deeply into fiscal policies.
I pasted his email about it:
If you're a regular viewer of the PBS NewsHour, then you're probably, like me, a big fan of economics correspondent Paul Solman's segments. Tonight the NewsHour will air an 8-minute segment of his about The Darwin Economy, based on footage we shot at the traveling Darwin exhibition shortly before it opened in Atlanta's Fernbank Museum of Natural History this fall. I haven't seen it yet, but his longtime producer, Lee Koromvokis, seems very pleased with it.
The segment is scheduled to run in the second half of the show, assuming it doesn't get bumped by breaking news. PBS normally archives Paul's segments online, so if you miss it and would like to watch it, I'll post a link to it on the book's Facebook page.
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