May 19: The nature of scandals, the IRS, workers’ rights

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Bangladeshi activists hold placards during a procession to mark May Day or International Workers Day in Dhaka on May 1, 2013. Tens of thousands of...
Bangladeshi activists hold placards during a procession to mark May Day or International Workers Day in Dhaka on May 1, 2013. Tens of thousands of...
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On Sunday’s Up with Steve Kornacki, the panel will dig deep into how modern scandals differ from those in the past and how party polarization has changed the way we react to them. We will also talk about the IRS and monitoring campaign finance in the age of dark money. Finally, we’ll be discussing Bangladesh, workers’ rights, and the economics of cheap labor and cheap products.

Joining Steve at 8 a.m. EST will be:

Margie Omero, democratic pollster, managing director, Purple Strategies (@margieomero)

Alan Abramowitz, political science professor, Emory University

Rick Hertzberg, writer, The New Yorker (@rickhertzberg)

Liz Kennedy, counsel, Demos

Mark Elias, attorney, Perkins Coie and chairman of the firm’s political law practice.

Kim Barker, reporter, ProPublica (@kim_barker)

Chaumtoli Huq, professor, New York Law School, with expertise in labor, employment and human rights (@lawatmargins)

May 19: The nature of scandals, the IRS, workers' rights

Updated