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TODAY'S DEMOCRACY NOW!:



* Five Ways Wall Street and Washington Set Us Up for the Crash: Author Nomi

Prins Explains Where Congress Went Wrong on Lending *



The worst of the economic crisis may be far from over. That was the message

of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke Tuesday. He indicated that the

housing and financial turmoil will persist deep into next year. The Senate,

meanwhile, is deliberating a bill this week that would provide

government-backed loans to 400,000 homeowners on the brink of foreclosure.

We speak with former investment banker turned journalist and author, Nomi

Prins, about "Why the Economy Went South."



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http://www.democracynow.org/2008/7/9/five_ways_wall_street_and_washington



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* Foreclosure Phil: Journalist David Corn on How McCain Campaign Adviser

Phil Gramm Helped Create the Subprime Mortgage Crisis *



In the latest issue of Mother Jones magazine, David Corn writes, "Who's to

blame for the biggest financial catastrophe of our time? There are plenty of

culprits, but one candidate for lead perp is former Sen. Phil Gramm. Eight

years ago, as part of a decades-long anti-regulatory crusade, Gramm pulled a

sly legislative maneuver that greased the way to the multibillion-dollar

subprime meltdown. Yet has Gramm been banished from the corridors of power?

Reviled as the villain who bankrupted Middle America? Hardly. Now a

well-paid executive at a Swiss bank, Gramm cochairs Sen. John McCain's

presidential campaign and advises the Republican candidate on economic

matters."



Listen/Watch/Read

http://www.democracynow.org/2008/7/9/foreclosure_phil_journalist_david



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* As Global Food Crisis Tops G8 Summit Agenda, World Leaders Enjoy Lavish

18-Course Banquet *



Shortly after saying they were "deeply concerned" about soaring global food

prices and supply shortages, world leaders attending the G8 summit in

Hokkaido sat down to an eighteen-course gastronomic extravaganza, courtesy

of the Japanese government. We take a look at the global food crisis, food

independence and real democracy with bestselling author, Frances Moore

Lappé.



Listen/Watch/Read

http://www.democracynow.org/2008/7/9/as_global_food_crisis_tops_g8



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* The Fruit Hunters: Author Adam Leith Gollner on the Politics of Fruit and

the Secret History of the "Miracle Berry" *



We speak with Montreal-based writer Adam Leith Gollner about his new book,

The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce, and Obsession.

Gollner traveled around the world in search of what he calls the forgotten

histories of fruit. Among his discoveries: the "miracle berry," a

cranberry-like fruit that turns sour into sweet, but for questionable

reasons reach American consumers.



Listen/Watch/Read

http://www.democracynow.org/2008/7/9/the_fruit_hunters_a_story_of

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* Headlines for July 9, 2008 *



Iran Says Test-Fired Missiles Capable of Hitting Israel, US Targets

US, Czech Republic Sign Missile System Deal

Iraq Presses Withdrawal Timetable Demand

6 Killed in Attack on US Consulate in Istanbul

Cheney Office Censored Climate Change Testimony

Obama Denies Shifting Political Stances

McCain Jokes About "Killing" Iranians

Poll: Congressional Approval Hits 9%

Admin Blocking Payments to Gitmo Attorneys

Rights Groups, Ex-Prisoners Call on China to Free Jailed Dissidents

Panel: Repeal War Powers Act



Listen/Watch/Read

http://www.democracynow.org/2008/7/9/headlines



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