Investigative journalist Art Levine reports on the mental health industry in his book, "Mental Health, Inc". Mr. Levine is interviewed by Dr. Jeff Lieberman, psychiatry director of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and author of "Shrinks"
"New York Times Magazine" contributor Suzy Hansen reports on the world's view of America's power and influence and her own view of the U.S. in her book, "Notes on a Foreign Country". She's interviewed by Elmira Bayrasli of the New America Foundation
Progressive Policy Institute senior fellow David Osborne examines the charter school movement and offers his outlook on the future of public education in his book, "Reinventing America's Schools". He is interviewed by Chester Finn
Harvard University proessor Danielle Allen examines mass incarceration through the lens of her cousin Michael A., who served 11 years in prison at age 15. Her book, "Cuz", traces both their journeys growing up. She's interviewed by author Wes Moore
Former "Wall Street Journal" writer and editor George Melloan describes the paper's role in shaping America. He is interviewed by Rana Foroohar, "Financial Times" global business columnist and associate editor
Financial expert Rachel Schneider and economics professor Jonathan Morduch report on how low to moderate income families manage their finances. They are interviewed by Professor Kathryn Edin, author of "$2.00 a Day"