#348 : October 1, 2017

John Prados tells of ghosts of the CIA. Sylvia Allegretto says the minimum wage increase in Seattle is working well. And Bill Press interviews Salon’s David Daley about gerrymandering.

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How are the nation’s intelligence professionals going to react to Trump’s condemnation of them? CIA expert John Prados says the agency is headed for trouble. Seattle has raised the minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour, and labor economist Sylvia Allegretto says it is working. And Salon editor David Daley discusses gerrymandering with Bill Press.


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John Prados

National security author John Prados says the CIA is discrediting itself by failing to be accountable for its actions.

 

Sylvia Allegretto

Sylvia Allegretto, a labor economist, studied the effect of raising the minimum wage in Seattle and says it is working there, without causing job losses.

 

David Daley

Bill Press interviews David Daley of Salon.

 

Jim Hightower

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