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Behind the News: The Kaepernick Effect

Doug speaks with Dave Zirin, author of The Kaepernick Effect, on how taking a knee spread across the country (and why leftists shouldn’t hate sports). Plus: Dwayne Monroe, cloud data architect (and author of this piece: https://monroelab.



Michael and Us: The Carlson Doctrine w/ Alex Shephard

Tucker Carlson reigns as the most-watched personality on cable news. How did he get that way? How important is he really? And what does he actually believe? To answer these questions, he enlist the help of Tucker scholar and returning guest Alex Shepha...



Weekends: The Left 10 Years After Occupy Wall Street w/ Meagan Day & Seth Ackerman

Ten years after Occupy Wall Street, Jacobin's Meagan Day and Seth Ackerman join us to discuss how the left has changed. We also cover Manchin's money trail and the "Havana Syndrome."Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous commentary on current events and political strategy. This is the podcast version of the show from September 17, 2021.Verso book club: https://www.versobooks.com/bookclub (https://www.versobooks...



Dig: War on Terror W/ Spencer Ackerman Part 3

Episode three of The Dig’s War on Terror trilogy with Spencer Ackerman: Decadence, Trump, and Biden.Subscribe to Spencer’s Substack: foreverwars.substack.com/people/2576701-spencer-ackermanSupport The Dig at Patreon.



A World to Win: Demand a Shorter Working Week w/ Will Stronge and Kyle Lewis

Grace speaks to Kyle Lewis and Will Stronge, authors of Overtime: Why We Need a Shorter Working Week. They discuss the centrality of struggles over working time to the history of class struggle, why the shorter working week should be a central demand of labor movements today, and how we need to reimagine work to build a more just and sustainable world.You can support our work on the show by becoming a Patron (https://www.patreon.com/Aworldtowinpod)...



Jacobin Show: Are You Watching Propaganda? w/ Eileen Jones

Jacobin film critic Eileen Jones joins TJS to discuss the uses (and the limits) of art as political propaganda and the role of mass entertainment in modern society.The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-fir...



Behind the News: US-China Rivalry and the Reactionary Right in Texas

Doug interviews Clyde Barrow on how Texas, a diverse, urbanized, sophisticated state, is run by a bunch of reactionary white would-be cowboys. Plus: Anatol Lieven on the US–China rivalry and the meaning of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.



Dig: War on Terror w/ Spencer Ackerman Part 2

Episode two of The Dig’s War on Terror trilogy with Spencer Ackerman: Obama, ISIS, and the Sustainable War.Subscribe to Spencer’s Substack: foreverwars.substack.com/people/2576701-spencer-ackermanSupport The Dig at Patreon.



Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: Escalating Fascism in Brazil

Alex Sammon at the American Prospect says Democrats who believe we should keep the filibuster think that offensively they are at their limit, and need to keep the filibuster to prevent things from getting any worse.



Weekends: How COVID Shook the World's Economy w/ Adam Tooze

Economist Adam Tooze joins Weekends to discuss how the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic differs from prior economic crashes, how elites have responded to the pandemic, and how COVID might shape the future development of China’s political and ...