Company towns make a comeback, US blunders its escape from Afghanistan, update from Sheikh Jarrah
Naomi Karavani introduces viewers to a retro development in corporate totalitarian power. ‘Company towns’ were made famous by coal towns where miners and their families would live in houses, shop at grocery stores, spend independent ‘scrip’ currencies, and send their kids to schools owned by their employers. Modern corporations are trying to bring back this practice in towns across the US. She then reports on the US’ quick return to Afghanistan, insider trading from Congress, and more. Jaffer Khan joins Naomi to cover developments from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem. Anders Lee and Karavani discuss threats to the endangered red wolf in the US, and the extension of the eviction moratorium.
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