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Interviews

To arrange an interview or live speaking engagement, email Susan Rosenthal.

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5 O’Clock Train — CHUO 89.1 FM  — A live weekly magazine-format radio show from Ottawa, Canada.

March 1, 2012. Socialism v. Anarchism – Radio host Denis Rancourt and Susan Rosenthal  “debate” socialism versus anarchism. (See also Hope for Life Beyond Capitalism)

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September 1, 2011. We’re not Sick, We’re Oppressed! Radio host Denis Rancourt interviews Dr Susan Rosenthal on the links between oppression, sickness and the social relations of capitalism.

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New World Notes – Exploring the gap between what we want and what they’re trying to make us settle for.

About New World Notes:
Hosted by Kenneth Dowst, this blog and weekly radio program examines social and political issues from a progressive perspective, with humor. The content includes host commentary, recorded talks and interviews, stories from the alternative press, informational graphics, and music with a message.

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Part 1 – July 13, 2010 – Sick and Sicker: Essays on Class, Health and Health Care
Radio host Kenneth Dowst interviews Dr. Susan Rosenthal about North America’s deteriorating public health and ineffective heath-care systems — the subject of her new book.

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Part 2 – August 17, 2010 – SICK and SICKER

    Dr. Rosenthal discusses what has and has not changed over the past 150 years, what is needed and how we can achieve it.

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