This edition: Economic Inequality and the Politics of ResentmentTweet
Original tape date: May 4, 2016.
First aired: May 9, 2016.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of experts discuss the 2016 presidential primary contests and the impact of economic insecurity on voter choices. What does the Trump candidacy say about the politics of class, race and culture in America? Will Bernie Sanders continue to score wins in an atmosphere of mistrust towards Hillary Clinton and the existing political establishment? Does U.S. public opinion express a desire for change or continuity where the Obama presidency is concerned?
Michael A. Benjamin Associate Editorial Page Editor, New York Post
Susan DelPercio Founder, Susan Del Percio Strategies
Celeste Katz Senior Political Correspondent, Mic.com
Kai Wright Features Editor, The Nation
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