Episode

5/29 Nick Hanauer on Banned TED Talk

May 29, 2012

Venture capitalist and entrepreneur Nick Hanauer on his banned TED talk, why trickle-down economics doesn’t work and the why
middle class are thetrue job creators.   His latest book, The Gardens of Democracy: A New American Story of Citizenship, the Economy, and the Role of Government.  In the better half, Chris Hayes questions overuse of “hero” gets attacked by Right, no bank regulators embeded in billion-dollar-losing unit at JPMorgan Chase and Fukushima reactor has a “slight” buldge.  Your calls and IMs.

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