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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...


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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 ...


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Michael and Us: Ghosts


In Apichatpong Weerasethakul's UNCLE BOONMEE WHO CAN RECALL HIS PAST LIVES (2010), the boundaries between life and death, past and present, ghost and human, and human and animal fade away. We discuss some possible philosophical and political readings o...


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Long Reads: Ho-Fung Hung on China's Future Under Xi Jinping


Ho-Fung Hung, professor at Johns Hopkins University, joins Long Reads for a discussion on the Chinese economy, COVID, and the future under Xi Jinping. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers,


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Dig: War on Terror w/ Spencer Ackerman Part 1


Episode one of The Dig's three-part War on Terror series the with Spencer Ackerman: 9/11, bipartisan war fever, and George W. Bush.Subscribe to Spencer's Substack: foreverwars.substack.com/people/2576701-spencer-ackermanSupport The Dig at Patreon.


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Jacobin Show: American Empire After 9/11 w/ Noam Chomsky


Noam Chomsky joins the Jacobin Show to discuss the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, the War on Terror, and the future of American imperialism after the disastrous invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class a...


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Behind the News: Police Against Protest


Doug speaks with Paul Passavant, author of Policing Protest, on the change in how cops treat protesters since the 1960s. Plus: Marisol Cantú and Shiva Mishek (co-author of this article: https://jacobinmag.com/2021/08/richmond-california-police-rpd-defu...


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