Saturday on This is Hell!
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9:10 - Investigative reporter David Cay Johnston dives deep into the business history of Donald Trump.
David is author of the new book The Making of Donald Trump from Melville House Books.
10:05 - Jacobin's Nicole Aschoff explores the long, managed decline of American auto worker unions.
Nicole wrote the article The Long Road to Crisis in the latest issue of Jacobin.
10:35 - Live from São Paulo, Brian Mier reports on the state of dissent and democracy in Brazil.
Brian has been writing about Rio and the Olympics for Brasilwire for months now.
11:05 - Political economist Amr Adly examines the authoritarian Catch-22 facing Egypt's regime.
Amr is author of the paper Egypt’s Regime Faces an Authoritarian Catch-22 for the Carnegie Middle East Center.
12:05 - The Hopleaf's Michael Roper explains how investor turmoil is dethroning craft beer founders.
Michael will also be exploring the SAB/Miller/Coors/AB/Inbev consolidation that will soon cover 71% of the beer market.
12:40 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen examines the jobs available in Hollywood, large and small.
You may remember Jeff from painting Ozzy Osbourne's house, or maybe writing the soon to be released, Brie Larson-starring Basmati Blues.