Today on Boston Public Radio:

We began the show by asking listeners their experiences navigating a difficult housing market.

Gregory Fried and Phillip Martin discussed Martin’s GBH News investigation into Massachusetts’ growing neo-Nazi movement, and why white supremacy is taking a hold. Martin is a senior investigative reporter with GBH News. Fried is a professor of philosophy at Boston College, where he studies white supremacy. His most recent book is “Towards a Polemical Ethics: Between Heidegger and Plato.”

Greg Fried and Phillip Martin on BPR | May 19, 2022

Kara Baskin broke down her latest stories, including on the baby formula shortage, and the work of Eleanor Forbes, who directs mental health support at a Dorchester nonprofit working with ex-gang members, Boston Uncornered. Baskin is a food & parenting writer for the Boston Globe, and a humor writer for McSweeney's.

Kara Baskin on BPR | May 19, 2022

Shirley Leung talked about how Gen Z is affecting the workplace, the state of inflation and cryptocurrency as an option for retirement plans. Leung is a business columnist for the Boston Globe.

Shirley Leung on BPR | May 19, 2022

Maine State Sen. Chloe Maxmin and her former campaign manager Canyon Woodward shared tips on how politicians can connect with rural America in the wake of Democratic losses in red regions. Maxmin is the youngest person ever elected to Maine’s state Senate, where she serves Maine’s 13th District. Woodward was her campaign manager in both 2018 and 2020. The book they wrote together is “Dirt Road Revival: How to Rebuild Rural Politics and Why Our Future Depends on It.”

Senator Chloe Maxmin and Canyon Woodward on BPR | May 19, 2022

Jonathan Gruber explained how the potential end of Roe v. Wade would affect the economy. Gruber is the Ford Professor of Economics at MIT. His latest book is “Jump-Starting America How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream.”

Jon Gruber on BPR | May 19, 2022

We ended the show by asking listeners how they enjoy days off.