Giving Workers 'Economic Dignity'; Evidence Of Swimming Dinosaur

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Long before the coronavirus crisis, economist Gene Sperling has been thinking about ways to restructure the economy and to improve what he calls economic dignity for all workers. Sperling joins us to share his ideas and his new book, "Economic Dignity." Also, scientists now think Spinosaurus aegyptiacus grew up to 50-feet long and cruised an ancient river system about 100 million years ago, based on the newly discovered fossils of its giant, paddle-like tail. Host Jeremy Hobson speaks with Nizar Ibrahim about the first-known aquatic dinosaur. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's May 7, 2020, full broadcast. You can find more at — and follow us on TwitterInstagram or join the conversation on Facebook.

This segment aired on May 7, 2020.


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