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The Dig: Hindu Nationalism with Achin Vanaik


Perhaps nowhere is the far right stronger than in India. There, the Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP, continues in power under Prime Minister Narendra Modi after winning a huge victory in this year’s elections. The BJP, however, isn’t just a party. I...


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Jacobin Radio: Yoav Peled on the recent Israeli election and what could happen next.


- - Suzi talks to Tel Aviv University professor Yoav Peled, whose latest book is The Religionization of Israeli Society, about the still unclear outcome of the September 17 Israeli election — the second election this year.


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Jacobin Radio: Israeli Election


- - Suzi talks to Tel Aviv University professor Yoav Peled, whose latest book is The Religionization of Israeli Society, about the still unclear outcome of the September 17 Israeli election — the second election this year.


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Austerity Created the 'Joker' with Connor Kilpatrick


'Joker' is not an ode to the alt right. It is a film about the devastating consequences of austerity. This is an objective fact, which I spoke with Jacobin story editor Connor Kilpatrick about. - You can read my review of 'Joker,


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The Dig: Worker Freedom with Alex Gourevitch


Dan interviews Alex Gourevitch about how 19th century US labor radicals remade the idea of freedom into a principle of working-class social transformation. If you want more on the debate over Lexit, which they only touched on briefly,


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Jacobin Radio: UAW Strike; Green New Deal


Suzi talks to UCSB Labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein about the ongoing UAW strike against General Motors, the first strike since 2007, with 50,000 workers on the picket lines. Lichtenstein shares his views of the strike, the union leadership,


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Behind the News: Impeachment; Sanders's Climate Plan


Samuel Moyn (author of this article and this) on the political snares of impeachment. Then, Tom Athanasiou on the Sanders climate plan and the need for a global Green New Deal (article here)


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The Dig: Palestine and the Law with Noura Erakat


Dan interviews Noura Erakat, the author of Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine, a new book that analyzes the history of settler-colonialism in Palestine and the Palestinian struggle for liberation from just before the British mandate to...


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The Vast Majority: "War Is A Racket" with Rory Fanning and Sarah Lazarre


Our newest print issue is “War Is a Racket,” focused on war and imperialism. At the Chicago issue release party, I spoke with two organizers and writers who appear in the issue: Rory Fanning and Sarah Lazare. -


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The Vast Majority: "War Is A Racket" with Rory Fanning and Sarah Lazare


Our newest print issue is “War Is a Racket,” focused on war and imperialism. At the Chicago issue release party, I spoke with two organizers and writers who appear in the issue: Rory Fanning and Sarah Lazare. -


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