articles tagged "Arun Gupta"

Disaster Capitalism Hits New York

Thursday, 7 February 2013 | A Public Affair
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On Thursday February 7th, host Allen Ruff interviewed journalist Arun Gupta about his article “Disaster Capitalism Hits New York.” Arun Gupta is co-founder of the Occupy Wall Street Journal and a founding editor of the award-winning grassroots NYC newspaper The Indypendent. more »

What the Republicans and Democrats Have in Common

Thursday, 13 September 2012 | A Public Affair
Arun Gupta

On Thursday September 13th, Allen Ruff talked with Arun Gupta who just returned from the Republican and Democratic conventions. Gupta is an Independent journalist, regular contributor to The Guardian, and a co-founder of the Occupied Wall Street Journal and The Indypendent. He reported from both conventions and wrote a number of pieces which observed that despite their vast differences, there are a whole range of commonalities between the two parties. He recently stated, “In terms of the protests, these security scare stories around the conventions keep the public away from substantial protest and dissent. The Olympics are about pushing the poor out through massive gentrification and infrastructure projects. What these conventions do — both political conventions, …. more »

“Wisconsin’s Recall Election: An Ominous Crucible of U.S. Politics.”

Friday, 15 June 2012 | A Public Affair

Esty Dinur discusses the aftermath of the Recall election with Arun Gupta, editor of the Indypendent, and Eric Cobb, former executive director of Building Trades Council Of South Central Wisconsin. Gupta wrote in his article in the Guardian, “The right threw resources into Scott Walker’s anti-union fight, while the Democratic party stood by. That’s a recipe for defeat.” Esty, Arun and Eric discuss the failures of the Democratic party in the Recall election. To read Gupta’s article in the Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/jun/06/wisconsin-recall-election-ominous-crucible-us-politics To listen to the interview in its entirety: more »

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