EVENT: Campaign '06: The Year of the Hostile Takeover?

Campaign '06: The Year of the Hostile Takeover? With David Sirota Wednesday, May 10, 2006 New York City Hosted by the Progressive States Network and the Drum Major Institute
Author and Progressive States Co-chair David Sirota, a veteran political strategist and Capitol Hill operative, has released a new book called Hostile Takeover showing how political corruption is creating policies that are intensifying America's middle-class squeeze. Now, with corruption scandals dominating the news and wages stagnating, pensions being slashed, and health care costs skyrocketing, America is at a boiling point - just in time for the 2006 elections. Will the hostile takeover of America's government by Big Money interests take center stage in the upcoming campaign season? And what particularly odious policies could be economic wedge issues in the upcoming campaign? Details: Wednesday, May 10, 2006 6:30 pm � 8:00 pm 1199 SEIU Serkasky-Davis Conference Center 330 West 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues (42nd Street from N, R, W, 1, 2, 9, A, C, E) Panelists: David Sirota, author, Hostile Takeover Dr. Elizabeth Warren, Harvard Law and author of The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle Class Mothers And Father Are Going Broke Howard Wolfson, Glover Park Group Adriano Espiallat, New York State Assembly Moderated by Andrea Batista Schlesinger, Executive Director of the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy Please RSVP to or 212.909.9663.