Robert Reich in conversation with Kai Ryssdal

Robert Reich
in conversation with
Kai Ryssdal

September 29, 2010, 8pm

Zipper Hall
The Colburn School

200 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90012

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Robert Reich is Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley. He has served in three national administrations, most recently as secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton.  He has written ten books, including The Work of Nations, which has been translated into twenty-two languages, Supercapitalism, and the best sellers The Next American Frontier, The Future of Success, and Locked in the Cabinet. In 2003, Reich was awarded the prestigious Vaclav Havel Foundation Prize for pioneering work in economic and social thought.

In his new book, Aftershock, he argues that the real problem with our economy is structural: it lies in the increasing concentration of income and wealth at the top, and in a middle class that has had to go deeply into debt to maintain a decent standard of living. His detailed account of where we are headed over the next decades offers a take on the economy that is driving our politics and shaping our future. Visit Robert Reich’s website: www.robertreich.org

Kai Ryssdal is host of public radio’s Marketplace. Visit the show at www.marketplace.org

Tickets:

$20 General Admission

$35 General Admission including Robert Reich’s book

$95 Reserved Seating, Robert Reich book

and reception before event, 6:45-7:45pm

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Net proceeds from this event will benefit The Riordan Programs at UCLA Anderson. The Riordan Programs facilitate leadership and development programs for minority high school students who are the first in their family applying to college. Its core purpose is to educate, prepare, and motivate these individuals to competitively apply and succeed in a top undergraduate program and a career in management. Program participants attend Saturday business academies that provide leadership and management training.

To learn more about the Riordan Programs, visit: http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x257.xml

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