On Sunday's show, we'll be talking about the slew of recently enacted voter ID laws and Texas' challenge to the 1965 Voting Rights Act. We'll discuss the ever-growing evidence of fraud and corruption on Wall Street, including the recent developments involving Peregrine Financial, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan, and the LIBOR rate-rigging scandal. And we'll have Edward Conard, a former partner at Bain Capital, the investment firm co-founded by Mitt Romney, to discuss the revelations this week about Romney's record at the firm, including reports that Romney invested in companies that sent American jobs overseas.
We'll also examine Mitt Romney's money trail and disputed record at Bain.
Joining Chris tomorrow at 8am on MSNBC are:
Edward Conard, former partner at Bain Capital from 1993-2007 and author of "Unintended Consequences: Why Everything You've Been Told About the Economy is Wrong."
Alexis Goldstein (@alexisgoldstein), Occupy Wall Street activist and former vice president of information technology at Merrill Lynch.
William Black, associate professor of economic and law at University of Missouri-Kansas City and author of "The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One: How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry."
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Communications Director for Latino Decisions and visiting scholar at University of Texas-Austin.
Dedrick Muhammad, senior economic director of NAACP
Stephen Carter, law professor at Yale University and Bloomberg View Columnist. Author of "The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln."
::Blogged by Katherine Guthrie (@kguth1130), production assistant for Up with Chris Hayes::