Michael Hudson at 80 – reflects on his remarkable life:

This is one hour and five minutes so I must indicate, not a quick listen.

But nonetheless, given the connections and career of the economist and polymath, Michael Hudson, it is a very interesting verbal autobiography…

He’s both been there and done that and also later researched something else… I think it was Steve Keen who said that there are very few people who can spout the names of Leon Trotksy, Hyman Minsky, and David Rockefeller, and be actually talking about people they have come into contact with.

If you haven’t got an hour, take it, I suggest, in small chunks.

I think you will be surprised and informed at every turn:

Comments

  1. Bill Hughes -

    Really gripping – well worth the hour!

    1. Peter May -

      I thought so!

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