David Sirota, co-chairperson of the Progressive Legislative Action Network

January 22, 2006
 

Our guest this week is David Sirota. Sirota is the co-chairperson of the Progressive Legislative Action Network (PLAN) - a position he took after finishing a stint as a fellow at the Center for American Progress. He is also a Senior Editor at the In These Times magazine, and a writer for Working Assets, and a twice-a-week guest on the Al Franken Show. His recently completed book, Hostile Takeover, will be released later this Spring.

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