Rapid advances in micro-electronics, bio-technology, telecommunications, robotics and computers are transforming our existing industries and social structures and effecting the way each of us deals with money. M-I-T Professor Lester Thurow joins Kojo to discuss how wealth creation and wealth distribution are affected by the economic, political and social trends in play at the turn of the millennium.

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  • Lester Thurow Author; also Lemelson Professor of Management and Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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