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 Other Voices, Other Choices 
 Can the U.S. Family be Saved? Should it be Saved?
 Richard Wolff, Harriet Fraad
 Essential Dissent  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
 No Advisories - program content screened and verified.
Host: Democracy at Work
Moderator: Julianna Forlano
Featured Speakers: Richard D. Wolff; Harriet Fraad

Panel Abstract:
A Marxist Feminist analysis of the US family as an institution. We explore the economics and psychology of the US family. We look at the economic political and psychological role of US families before the 1970s and now that US families are in crisis. We explore measures that could be taken to save the US family and to replace it.
Video/Audio Producer: Wilton Vought (last name rhymes with taught)
Please credit my YouTube channel, Other Voices, Other Choices, where the video is available.
0 Richard Wolff
22:43 Harriet Fraad
45:17 Q&A

Moderator Julianna Forlano repeats audience questions into the mic, and makes an occasional comment. One question is spoken into the mic by an audience member.

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01:22:47 English 2018-06-02
 John Jay College, NYC
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