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This week, Adele Walton, filling in for Grace Blakeley, speaks with Heidi Chow, executive director at Jubilee Debt Campaign, which works to end poverty, inequality, and exploitation caused by unjust debt. They discuss the legacy of Thomas Sankara, the neocolonial nature of debt, and how debt reproduces global inequality and poverty. A World to Win …
 
Why are Knicks fans so boastful after less than a year of competence? What's behind Aaron Rodgers' anti-vaccine comments? Why is it appropriate to keep Henry Ruggs' humanity in mind? Why won't Jonah write off the Lakers? What did Matthew once say in a packed courtroom that pissed off the judge? All this and more!…
 
Over the past year, more than 100,000 people have died from drug overdoses in the US. Jacobin editor Meagan Day joins us to discuss the roots of the opioid crisis, how the profit motive fuels widespread addiction, and what kinds of drug policies the left should be fighting for today. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capit…
 
On Black Friday, people in some twenty countries will target Amazon under the banner of “Make Amazon Pay.” We speak with Casper Gelderblom, the Make Amazon Pay coordinator for the Progressive International, about what to expect. You can listen to Primer by searching for Jacobin Radio on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you’d l…
 
Crystal Hopkins just stepped down as President of IATSE Local 871 on the eve of the ratification vote citing personal obligations and frustration over the ratification process that has deeply divided the membership. The 3 year contract or Basic Agreement with studios and streaming services squeaked by thanks to a delegate voting system many compare…
 
The second of Dan’s two-part interview with Piero Gleijeses on his book Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991. This is the story of Cuba’s military defense of the Angolan government against a US and South Africa-backed effort to overthrow the People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola …
 
'El "gobierno más progresista de la historia" podría hacer políticas de izquierdas de una vez por todas: plan nacional de reindustrilización, derogación de reformas laborales neoliberales, protección del mundo del trabajo, acabar con el fraude laboral...Todo lo que no pase por ahí es contar cuentos.' 'Para una de las pocas industrias que seguimos t…
 
Tariq Ali, author of the new book The Forty-Year War in Afghanistan, discusses how four decades of US intervention in Afghanistan destabilized the country, led to countless civilian deaths, and fueled the global opium trade. Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous commentary on current events and political stra…
 
Guillermo del Valle entrevista a Pepe García Domínguez, economista y analista en diferentes medios de comunicación. Una voz heterodoxa y aguda siempre interesante. Charlarán sobre sobre los problemas de la economía española, de los retos económicos y políticos de la globalización (turismo, inmigración, Unión Europea...), de la España vaciada, del i…
 
With its story of an idealistic political outsider who arrives in Washington to shake things up, Frank Capra's MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939) helped codify what is perhaps the quintessential archetype of American politics. But... what does the movie actually say? To find out, we sat down and actually watched it. This one has been a long time c…
 
Doug talks with Christina Gerhardt on the COP26 climate summit. Plus, an interview with Mike Lofgren on the dangers of Steve Bannon's war on the administrative state (article here). Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the archive here…
 
Part one of Dan's two-part interview with Piero Gleijeses on his book Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991. This is the story of Cuba's military defense of the Angolan government against a US and South Africa-backed effort to overthrow the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (M…
 
Chloe Watlington talked to four women about their workplace experiences and their decision to quit in her article in LA Taco called "The Big Quit of 2021 – as told by women of color in Los Angeles." The backdrop is what has happened to work during the pandemic. Month after month workers have been quitting jobs at unprecedented levels—for a variety …
 
This week, Grace speaks to David Wengrow, Professor of Comparative Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, and the author of a brilliant new book with the late David Graeber, The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity. In this episode, David and Grace talk about literally everything—human history, human nature…
 
Roger Lancaster, author of the book Sex Panic, joins the Jacobin Show to discuss the McMartin daycare trial, the Satanic ritual abuse panic of the 1980s, and the role of the mainstream media in fomenting moral panics across the US. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of li…
 
THE QUEEN (2006) brings together a mismatched-buddy duo — one a symbol of stiff-upper-lipped British tradition (Liz Windsor), the other a radical left-wing politician (uh... Tony Blair?) — who both slowly realize that they might be able to learn from each other. We discuss why this is the ultimate film of the New Labour era. Michael and Us is a pod…
 
David Sirota joins Weekends to discuss drastic cuts to the Build Back Better Act and why Democrats sabotaged their own bill. He talks about how Democrats’ failure to deliver real gains for working people will likely lead to resounding electoral defeat in the midterm elections. Plus, political scientist Katie Rader speaks about a recent Jacobin/YouG…
 
On the 104th anniversary of the Russian revolution, Suzi Weissman switches seats with Robert Brenner: She is the guest and he does the interviewing. The podcast begins with Suzi on "One Hundred Years Since October: When the Russian Working Class Opened the Possibilities For Humanity." Robert and Suzi then discuss the significance of October 1917, w…
 
Fabien Escalona, journalist at the French publication Mediapart, joins Long Reads for a discussion about the trajectory of socialism in France over recent decades. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine’s longform writers. Hosted by Features Editor Danie…
 
On this week’s podcast Grace speaks to Neil Vallelly, author of Futilitarianism: Neoliberalism and the Production of Uselessness. They discuss the role of utilitarian thinking in the development of capitalism, how utilitarianism has collapsed into "futilitarianism," and the impact this pervasive sense of futility is having on our sense of individua…
 
Astra Taylor interviews archaeologist David Wengrow on The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity, his new book co-authored with the late David Graeber. Support us at Patreon.com/TheDig Check out Hannah Arendt by Samantha Rose Hill reaktionbooks.co.uk/display.asp?ISB=9781789143799 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Doug speaks with Sheryll Cashin, author of White Space, Black Hood, about the origins, mechanisms, and effects of residential segregation, mostly by race but also by class. Plus, Peter Victor and Robert Pollin debate the virtues of “degrowth” in avoiding climate catastrophe. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics an…
 
Si de verdad este fuera un gobierno progresista mañana mismo debería: 1. Recuperar para el Estado central el impuesto de patrimonio, el impuesto de sucesiones y donaciones y el IRPF y establecer un mecanismo legislativo para NO volver a transferirlo a las Comunidades Autónomas nunca jamás. 2. Reformar la Constitución para acabar con los privilegios…
 
FALLING DOWN (1993) features Michael Douglas as an ordinary man who's mad as hell, turning into a Travis Bickle for the Rush Limbaugh era. It's Hollywood's attempt to make a serious statement about a post-Cold War malaise, and folks, it's a very, very bad movie. PLUS: we share memories of Canada's greatest bad filmmaker. Michael and Us is a podcast…
 
Former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner discusses the recent elections, Democrats’ disconnect from working people, and how progressives can fight the corporatist wing of the Democratic Party. Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous commentary on current events and political strategy. This is the podcast version o…
 
Jared Abbott, a researcher with the newly launched Center for Working-Class Politics, joins us to discuss a groundbreaking new Jacobin/YouGov study on working-class voters' political preferences and what it will take to build a working-class movement in the US. The full study will be available on the Jacobin site on November 9, 2021. The Jacobin Sh…
 
Guest host Gabriel Winant interviews labor journalists Alex Press and Jonah Furman, as well as IATSE member Victor P. Bouzi. Listen to Primer, Alex's podcast about Amazon patreon.com/primerpodcast Listen to Victor's podcast WAIT, Why Am I Talking? podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wait-why-am-i-talking/id1515308564 Support The Dig at Patreon.com/TheDig…
 
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