EPISODE 127 | JOHN SOLAK | 'JOHN' FROM BINGHAMTON: OLD WAYS ARE BEST
This week on American Real our guest is John Solak. John and I sat down for a two hour interview that we decided to split into two parts. In Part 1, John describes himself as a product of the 60’s and how as a young man he became interested in Urban Renewal, which was created at the time by MIT. He says this was the time period when the United States wanted to change the inner cities by introducing highways and “busting up” ethnic neighborhoods for political gain. He speaks about his activism and the importance of having colorful figures as leaders, describing many of them over the generations.
In addition, John expresses his opinion on a number of topics including the mob, big business, immigration, health care, government, creativity, the elite and much more. By the end of Part 1, John opens up about why his activism is important in order to hold those in power accountable, and says that he and others would be out of business if there was a track record of success.
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