John Cassidy discusses his new piece in the New Yorker magazine about Paul Wolfowitz and his reign at the World Bank, his ownership of the ongoing massacre in Iraq, his difficulty in controlling the Bank and the ability and unwillingness of the Congress to get rid of him.
MP3 here. (16:21)
John Cassidy, one of the country’s leading business journalists, has been a staff writer at the New Yorker for six years, covering economics and finance. Previously he was business editor of the Sunday Times (London) and deputy editor of the New York Post. He lives in New York.[audio:http://dissentradio.com/charles/aw0405newyorker.mp3]