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    The federal government may be shut down, but Wall Street is still working Congress. During a discussion of The Origin of Capitalism, an unexpected call comes from Wall Street Alexis. And Laura Gottesdiener (@gottesdiener) joins the show to discuss her new book, A Dream Foreclosed, about how racist housing policy makes billions for Wall Street.
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    On Episode 2, Alexis and Jesse tear into mortgage servicers, Janet Yellen, and big accounting firms. They're joined by Forbes contributor Francine McKenna.

    Follow Francine McKenna on Twitter: @retheauditors
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    On the debut episode of Disorderly Conduct, Alexis and Jesse talk about why your federal tax dollars don't go to anything at all, reveal Alexis's dark Republican past, discuss Michelle Alexander's call for us all to 'get out of our lanes', and endorse owls over hawks and doves. They're joined by special guest Demos blogger Matt Bruenig.
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A podcast that explores finance and economics ... without a permit.
Disorderly Conduct with Alexis Goldstein and Jesse Myerson Logo
A podcast that explores finance and economics ... without a permit.

The Hosts

Alexis Goldstein spent seven years working on Wall Street, and now spends her time as a freelance writer, programmer, and maker of mischief.
Jesse Myerson is a writer and activist whose work has appeared in The Nation, Salon, Jacobin, In These Times, and elsewhere.

Disorderly Conduct with Alexis Goldstein and Jesse Myerson

A podcast that explores finance and economics ... without a permit.

The Hosts

Alexis Goldstein spent seven years working on Wall Street, and now spends her time as a freelance writer, programmer, and maker of mischief.
Jesse Myerson is a writer and activist whose work has appeared in The Nation, Salon, Jacobin, In These Times, and elsewhere.
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