Host Theresa Mitchell speaks with professor Paul Zarembka, author of "The Hidden History of 9-11." Zarembka will be lecturing and signing his book on Saturday, March 14th
at 2PM at Laughing Horse Books, 12 NE 10th Ave, Portland Oregon
Zarembka addresses the question of how much insider trading occurred in the days leading up to 9/11. Also, how compromised is the evidence against alleged hijackers because of serious authentication problems with a key Dulles Airport videotape? To what extent does the testimony of more than five hundred firefighters differ from official reports of what happened at the World Trade Center buildings that day? How inseparably connected are Western covert operations to al-Qaeda?
How is Islamophobia used to sustain US imperialism?
Paul Zarembka is professor of economics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Editor since 1977 of Research in Political Economy, this series of twenty-four annual volumes addresses economic and political issues from the perspective of the social classes involved. He is the author of Toward a Theory of Economic Development and editor of Frontiers in Econometrics. Daniel McFadden’s chapter in the latter was a cited motivation for McFadden’s 2000 Nobel Prize in Economics. Zarembka is coeditor of Essays in Modern Capital Theory. He has been a senior researcher at the International Labor Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, a Fulbright-Hayes lecturer in Poznan, Poland. Currently working within the Marxist tradition on a book on the accumulation of capital, he been a union president on his campus and is currently its grievance officer for academics. The Hidden History of 9-11-2001 first appeared in 2006 as part of the Research in Political Economy series.