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Behind the News: An Economic History of Cuba w/ Helen Yaffe


Doug speaks with Helen Yaffe, author of We Are Cuba!, about the country's economic history since the 1959 revolution generally and the recent “pro-democracy” demonstrations specifically. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood,


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Dig: The Media War w/ Adam Johnson and Eric Levitz


Media critic Adam Johnson and New York Magazine's Eric Levitz on the media's warmongering attack on Biden's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. Further reading: nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/08/media-bias-biden-polls-approval-afghanistan-withdra...


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Michael and Us: Sculpting in Time


Andrei Tarkovsky's debut film IVAN'S CHILDHOOD (1962) sends us into a discussion about poetic cinema, memory, Russia, and what it means to be a national filmmaker. PLUS: Spike Lee's flirtation with 9/11 truth,


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A World to Win: The Transgender Issue w/ Shon Faye


On this episode of A World to Win, Grace speaks to Shon Faye, writer, artist, comedian, and author of the forthcoming book The Transgender Issue: An Argument for Justice. They discuss the prevalence of transphobia in the UK,


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Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: The Unheeded Aghan Collapse Memo


Jonathan Guyer of The American Prospect joins Suzi to discuss his August 26 piece called, "The Unheeded Dissent Cable." This is a knockout—a devastating memo, all the more so because it was sent to the State Department on July 13, and was then buried,


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Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: The Unheeded Afghan Collapse Memo


Jonathan Guyer of The American Prospect joins Suzi to discuss his August 26 piece called, "The Unheeded Dissent Cable." This is a knockout—a devastating memo, all the more so because it was sent to the State Department on July 13, and was then buried,


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   4h20m
 
 

Weekends: Against Lifestyle Environmentalism w/ Matt Huber


Jacobin contributor Matt Huber joins Weekends to explain why appeals to "science" and "truth" and individual lifestyle changes won’t be enough to halt climate change or win a majority of workers over to an environmental movement.


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   2h1m
 
 

Long Reads: Jamie Maxwell on Scotland's Rocky Road to Independence


The journalist Jamie Maxwell joins Long Reads for a discussion on Scottish independence. Jamie writes for Al Jazeera, Vice, the New Statesman, the Herald, and other publications. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics ...


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Jacobin Show: The Class War to Come w/ Maximillian Alvarez


Maximillian Alvarez, editor in chief of The Real News and host of the podcast Working People, joins us to discuss the fortieth anniversary of Ronald Reagan breaking the air traffic controllers' strike, care work after the pandemic,


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Dig: Chile w/ Aldo Madariaga & Camila Vergara


Dan interviews scholars Aldo Madariaga and Camila Vergara about how Chilean politics have been playing out since the massive popular uprisings that began in October 2019. Further reading: jacobinlat.com/2021/06/19/el-neoliberalismo-atenta-contra-la-d...


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