The Recession: A Live Q&A With David Greene

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David Greene has spent the last 100 days crisscrossing the country. From marinas in southern Kentucky and a snowy parking lot in Paradise, Mich., to a new ballpark in Reno, Nev., he's been chronicling the effect the recession has had on people.

Along the way, he approached people at gas stations, bars, restaurants and hotels. He met the unemployed, retirees, business owners, people in their 20s and 30s, and college students — everyday Americans who have shared stories about how they're surviving.

Now, he takes your questions and listens to your thoughts about how this recession is affecting all parts of the country. Join David for a live Q&A at 2:30 p.m. ET, Wednesday.


 

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