All posts tagged: Great Depression

Mar 20 – Free Staged Reading of “Tea With Eleanor”

Join one of our most notable First Ladies, Eleanor Roosevelt and 1930’s journalist Lorena Hickock in a fascinating tea time interview as the two women discuss their perspectives on political and cultural life during the Great Depression. Annette Hubbell stars as Eleanor and Elaine Litton as Lorena. Writer/Director Sherri Colborun and cast will meet with the audience following this informative and entertaining production. Where Point Loma Library 3701 Voltaire St, San Diego, CA When 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Excellent Article on the United States Economy

Stiglitz’ article on economic inequality in the United States connects the dots in a simple, understandable way. I consider it a must read for anyone interested in understanding why our economy is stagnating. Vera Moldt Inequality Is Holding Back the Recovery. By Joseph E. Stiglitz Related articles Paul Krugman: Inequality and Recovery (nytimes.com) Inequality: Krugman vs. Stiglitz (benjaminstudebaker.com) Obama Puts the Middle Class First (Surprise: So Do Economists) (theatlantic.com)