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Long Reads is joined by Peter Shirlow, director of the Institute of Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool, and the author of several books on politics and society in Northern Ireland. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine’s longform writers. Host…
 
This week the pod welcomes Alex Wolfe (@thealexwolfe), head of The Strickland and formerly of Sports Illustrated, as well as draft expert Prezidente (@_prezidente). We discuss the exploitative nature of working in sports media today, what led Alex to create his own successful site, and Prez's thoughts on this year's draft class. Matthew and Jonah t…
 
This week, on episode eight of Primer, our producer Sarah Hurd spoke to Kshama Sawant's campaign manager Emily McArthur and the campaign's field organizer Elan Axlebank about a recall election being waged against Sawant and the larger fight for the future of Seattle. You can listen to Primer by searching for Jacobin Radio on Apple, Spotify, or wher…
 
Author and activist Marianne Williamson joins Jacobin to discuss the Democratic Party’s rot, her presidential run, and why capitalism makes us all so miserable. Matt Bruenig of the People's Policy Project also joins us to discuss the benefits of monthly checks from the government. Every Wednesday at 6 PM ET, The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspe…
 
This week, Grace speaks to Adrienne Buller and Ben Braun. Adrienne is a senior research fellow at the think tank Common Wealth, and Ben is a political scientist at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies. They recently co-authored a paper entitled ‘Under new management: Share ownership and the rise of UK asset manager capitalism‘. With …
 
Inflation is once again at the center of political debate. Dan interviews Tim Barker to put monetary policy in its historical and class war context. Reading: Preferred Shares by Tim Barker phenomenalworld.org/analysis/wage-share email digradiopod@gmail.com for PDFs of the following two articles: The Vietnam War and the Political Economy of Full Emp…
 
Doug speaks with Robert Fatton, author of The Guise of Exceptionalism, on the assassination of Haiti’s president and the long history that led to this sorry pass. 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: https://www.leftb…
 
We speak with Jonathan Bailey and Ted Miin, Amazon workers and members of Amazonians United. You can listen to Primer by searching for Jacobin Radio on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you want to support the show, subscribe at patreon.com/primerpodcast. When you subscribe, you'll receive show notes and video content, as well …
 
You may love Bugs Bunny, but you will never own him. That's the thesis of SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY (2021), which sends Bugs and LeBron James through a tour of WarnerMedia's intellectual property while never letting you forget that its WarnerMedia's intellectual property. "Th- th- th- th- that's bad, folks!" PLUS: Vanity Fair in the '20s, Jeff Bezos …
 
This week, Grace speaks to Ed Miliband, former leader of the Labour Party in the UK and current Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. They discuss how to fight inequality and climate crisis in the wake of the pandemic and his new book, Go Big: How to Fix Our World. You can support our work on the show by becoming a…
 
One year after his passing, our friend and comrade Michael Brooks continues to influence the Left for the better. Lisha Brooks, Ben Burgis, and Danny Bessner join us for a tribute. We also cover the inhumane sanctions on Cuba, discuss what left foreign policy should look like, and review Obama's PR-friendly beach reads and mixtape. Every Saturday a…
 
Suzi speaks to Meleiza Figueroa and Ali Meders-Knight — they both work with the Chico Traditional Ecological Stewardship Program — about the recently leaked Sixth Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) with its dire warnings about the coming consequences for the planet. Hundreds of millions of people live in are…
 
Doug speaks with Christian Parenti, author of a chapter in this book, on carbon dioxide removal. Plus, Kareem Rabie, author of Palestine Is Throwing a Party and the Whole World Is Invited, on real estate development and the Palestinian national project. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their c…
 
At last, we have decided to stop worrying and love the bomb. We discuss Stanley Kubrick's immortal DR. STRANGELOVE (1964) and how its depiction of small, pitiable men against a vast backdrop brought the Kubrick project into sharp focus. PLUS: why the billionaire space race encapsulates what's wrong with this damnable world of ours.…
 
Long Reads is joined by Helen Lackner, author of Yemen in Crisis: The Road to War and a leading expert on modern Yemen who spent years living in the country. 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 Daniel Finn…
 
It’s mid-July and the weather isn’t all that’s heating up. Matthew and Jonah digest a dramatic Game 4 of the NBA finals, England’s heartbreaking loss in the European championship, ESPN having its ugly cake and eating it too, a WNBA idea the NBA should adopt, and more. Follow the Jacobin Sports Show on Twitter: @JacobinSports Email us: jacobinsports…
 
We speak to Alec MacGillis, author of Fulfillment, a new book about Amazon and the country left in its wake. You can listen to Primer by searching for Jacobin Radio on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you want to support the show, subscribe at patreon.com/primerpodcast. When you subscribe, you'll receive show notes and video c…
 
This week, Grace speaks to Linsey McGoey, professor of sociology at the University of Essex and author of The Unknowers: How Strategic Ignorance Rules the World and No Such Thing as a Free Gift: The Gates Foundation and the Price of Philanthropy. They discuss how politicians make use of ignorance and uncertainty, the difference between ignorance an…
 
Philosopher Slavoj Žižek joins The Jacobin Show on Bastille Day to discuss why the French Revolution still matters and how the Left today can embrace the the radical spirit of the Enlightenment. Every Wednesday at 6 PM ET, The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism,…
 
Well over a century of US intervention has shaped Latin America in disastrous ways. Historian Greg Grandin discusses that history, and the region's ongoing fight against imperialism and neoliberalism. Every Saturday at 1 PM ET, Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila broadcast live from the Jacobin YouTube channel. Weekends features free-flowing and humorous …
 
Suzi talks to Frantz Voltaire, Haitian historian, filmmaker, and publisher, about the chaotic situation in Haiti. President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated at his home in the middle of the night on July 7 by men wearing DEA uniforms, some speaking Spanish and English. A hit squad of Colombian attackers have been arrested along with two Haitian Ameri…
 
Doug speaks with Isabella Weber, author of How China Escaped Shock Therapy, on Chinese economic reform debates and how the country dodged post-Soviet-style collapse. 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: https://www.le…
 
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