Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Too many cooks and no real recipe....
The following podcast by Radio Survivor features an interview with Matthew Lasar, who has been writing about Pacifica for many years, although not always with sufficient attention to factual details. He is in good form here as Paul Riismandel—with whom he co-founded Radio Survivor—has him explaining how Pacifica's system of governance works, or doesn't. Lasar blames much of the network's current—and possibly fatal—crisis on the the Foundation's unwieldy attempt to "democratize," pointing out that it is expensive, over populated, and poorly run.
Lend Lasar an ear and see if you agree with him—as I do.
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