Bob Ivry, THE SEVEN SINS OF WALL STREET & Summer Reading List

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IvrySevenSinscoverBloomberg News financial journalist Bob Ivry talks about his book, The Seven Sins of Wall Street: Big Banks, their Washington Lackeys, and the Next Financial Crisis (PublicAffairs.)We also have our picks for summer reading.

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    Sharon Moalem

    Dr. Sharon Moalem, INHERITANCE & David Shenk, THE GENIUS IN ALL OF US


    Dr. Sharon Moalem talks about how nature AND nurture impact our genes. His book is Inheritance: How Our Genes Change Our Lives and Our Lives Change Our Genes.
    And we re-air our 2010 interview with journalist David Shenk about his book The Genius In All Of Us: Why Everything We’ve Been Told About Genetics, Talent, and IQ Are Wrong.

  • Elizabeth Kolbert

    Elizabeth Kolbert

    Elizabeth Kolbert, THE SIXTH EXTINCTION & Annalee Newitz, SCATTER, ADAPT AND REMEMBER


    Science reporter Elizabeth Kolbert talks about her book,The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History. And Annalee Newitz discusses the prospects for human survival amid the mass extinction we are causing. Her book is Scatter, Adapt and Remember.

  • Boris FIshman

    Boris FIshman

    Boris Fishman, A REPLACEMENT LIFE & John Cushman, KEYSTONE AND BEYOND


    Boris Fishman talks about his terrific debut novel about coming of age as an immigrant in America. It’s called A REPLACEMENT LIFE. And John Cushman of Inside Climate News talks about his new e-book, KEYSTONE AND BEYOND: Tar Sands and the National Interest in the Era of Climate Change.

  • Scott Chaskey, SEEDTIME


    Poet and farmer Scott Chaskey talks about his new book, Seedtime: The History, Husbandry, Politics and Promise of Seeds.

  • James Romm

    James Romm

    James Romm, DYING EVERY DAY & Robert Knapp, INVISIBLE ROMANS


    Who was the real Seneca — the moral philosopher or the power broker to the Roman emperor? That’s what historian James Romm explores in his book, DYING EVERY DAY: Seneca at the Court of Nero. And Nero and Seneca were the elite, but what about the other 99%? Historian Robert Knapp talks about the common people of ancient Rome in his book, INVISIBLE ROMANS.