In this episode, Katelynn Harris speaks with author P.E. Moskowitz about their 2017 book, How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality and the Fight for the Neighborhood. Katelynn and P.E. discuss the research that went into the book, the factors that lead to gentrification, and what cities can do to protect their residents from displacement.
P.E. Moskowitz on The Case Against Free Speech. Also, the FBI is surveilling border activists, and Trump draws on a map.
Photo Courtesy of P.E. Moskowitz
00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch
00:28 - Huge show today
09:13 - PE Moskowitz on the Case Against Free Speech
31:06 - FBI surveillance of border activists
55:00 - Good ruling in a terrorism watchlist case
57:59 - “Too Much” Bridal Party / Credits
59:35 - Finish
P.E. Moskowitz examines the problems with free speech in an unfree world. P.E. is author of "The Case Against Free Speech: The First Amendment, Fascism, and the Future of Dissent" from Bold Type Books.
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