Will Durst and Willie Brown join Producer Paul “The Lobster” Wells at the world famous Tosca Cafe in San Francisco’s North Beach. This is part one, concentrating on the current financial crisis and some early details on the draft from the Treasury Department’s 700 Billion ballout of the banking industry. Willie Brown lays out the perspective from his history as both a legislator and an administrator, from his decades as Speaker of the Assembly for the State of California and The Mayor. Durst bursts with sharp quips as we examine the situation from our point of view-the truth as we see it, not as they sell it… This show was recorded on the same day as Episode 12.
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