Joel Rogers Discusses ALEC
Joel Rogers is professor of law, political science, public affairs, and sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also directs COWS (Center on Wisconsin Strategy), and its subsidiaries Mayors Innovation Project, Center for State Innovation, and State Smart Transportation Initiative. Rogers has written widely on American politics and public policy (books include On Democracy, Right Turn, The Forgotten Majority, What Workers Want, and, most recently, American Society: How It Really Works). He is a MacArthur Foundation Fellow and a longtime social and political activist; Newsweek identifies him as one of the 100 living Americans most likely to shape U.S. politics and culture in the 21st century. He co-founded and was first chair of the Apollo Alliance, and recently co-founded the Emerald Cities Collaborative, whose first project is comprehensive, cost-effective energy retrofits of American’s urban building stock.
For an extended audio interview of Joel discussing ALEC, see below.
To read Joel's ALEC article in The Nation, see below.
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Joel Rogers Audio Interview
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Joel Rogers on ALEC in The Nation
Read the whole article here.