Category: Interviews

Michael Albert: Ehrenreich Interviews Albert Q/A 3

Ehrenreich: An eloquent answer, and I fully agree on the importance of keeping our vision in sight even while battling in the trenches. But there are alternatives to the present global power arrangements other than — you might say “short of” — the participatory economics you map out. Bill Greider, for example, has a book Read more…

Michael Albert: Ehrenreich Interviews Albert, Q/A 2

Ehrenreich: The book is incredibly optimistic, some would say utopian. At a time when most on the US left are fighting constant erosions of rights and services — all of which were limited enough in the first place — what do you think the role of a book like Parecon can be? Albert: Of course Read more…

Michael Albert: Ehrenreich Interviews Albert

Here is the first question and answer from a long recently completed but as yet unpublished interview of Michael Albert by Barbara Ehrenreich. The rest will follow, day by day… Ehrenreich: I have heard that there’s been a lot of interest around the world in your new book, Parecon: Life After Capitalism, about a new Read more…

Michael Albert: Interview

In the same spirit as the last message — this is an interview done for a major Pakistani periodical and for translation to Urdu, as well…again on parecon, and other matters too… 1. What has been the attitude and role of American civil society towards President Bush’s counter terrorism policies at home and abroad since Read more…

Ted Glick: On Burnout and Recruitment

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