Cut Adrift: How Families Cope in Insecure Times
We’ve all lost sleep over economic worries or familial anxieties, but many Americans are having to adjust to a world in which crises are the rule, not the exception. This hour we’ll talk about the human costs of the recession, how families have learned to survive in a new economic age, and how their coping strategies may actually fuel inequality.
- Marianne Cooper, author of Cut Adrift: Families in Insecure Times
- Wendy Patton, project director at Policy Matters Ohio
- Rea Hederman, executive director of The Buckeye Institute