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The Dig: The Struggle in Chile with Alondra Carrillo & Pablo Abufom


Dan's lengthy interview with two brilliant Chilean social movement organizers: Alondra Carrillo and Pablo Abufom. Carrillo organizes in the country's massive feminist movement. Abufom works in the labor-backed movement for a just pension system.


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Behind the News: Puerto Rico and Turkey


Professor of philosophy Bernat Tort on Puerto Rico’s economic and political crisis. Then, sociologist Sahan Karatasli on Turkey’s economic and political crisis.


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The Vast Majority: ""They're Not Just Mad at AOC — They're Scared of Her" with Miles Kampf-Lassin


It's gotten heated this last week between Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the squad, on the one hand, and Nancy Pelosi, centrist Democrats, and the House Democratic Party leadership on the other. But this conflict isn't empty intra-party bickering.


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The Dig: Abolish the Family with Sophie Lewis


Dan interviews Sophie Lewis about her new book Full Surrogacy Now: Feminism Against Family. Something is deeply wrong with commercial surrogacy—but it's just not what you might think. What's wrong is the brute labor exploitation taking place at the r...


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The Vast Majority: "Why Bernie Was Right to Oppose US Intervention in Central America" with Hilary Goodfriend


The New York Times recently attacked Bernie Sanders’s record on solidarity with Nicaragua in the 1980s. It probably won’t be the last time we see redbaiting attacks against Sanders in the election season,


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Jacobin Radio: NYT Bias, "Junkie Communism," and Deaths of Despair


Suzi does three stories on this episode of Jacobin Radio, beginning with Katie Halper's expose in Jacobin of the New York Times's problem with Bernie Sanders, evident in their coverage. The problem is their correspondent Sydney Ember,


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The Dig: Astra Taylor on Socialism, Democracy, Liberalism


For much of the 20th century, Cold War politics defined socialism as the antithesis of democracy. Today, an insurgent democratic socialist movement is transforming US politics. It is socialism that is at the forefront of a fight for a radical deepening...


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The Vast Majority: “Elizabeth Warren Can and Should Do Better on Foreign Policy" with Sarah Lazare


Elizabeth Warren is, by American political standards, a very strong  presidential candidate. She has taken up a robust domestic social-democratic agenda — one that, while not as strong as Bernie Sanders’s, is pretty damn good. - Foreign policy,


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The Vast Majority: “What a Socialist Society Will Actually Look Like” with Sam Gindin


- p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} - What is a socialist society actually going to look like? Like, actually look like? We have to have some answers to this question. Luckily, Sam Gindin has some.


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The Dig: Our History Is the Future with Nick Estes


Dan's lengthy interview with Nick Estes on his remarkable book Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance. The problem that settler colonialism was repeatedly trying to so...


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