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Daniel Denvir 3h
It's on explaining the problem with the problem with Appalachia; in other words, the way that conservatives and liberals talk about Appalachia tells us a lot more about conservatives and liberals than it does about the region.
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David Adler Sep 18
If you haven't listened to this brilliant episode of — and even more, if you aren't listening regularly to — start now. Nancy Fraser gives a master class, and is sharp as ever.
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n'toko Sep 18
Replying to @thedigradio
I strongly recommend this podcast from - it’ll take an hour of your time but you’ll get a hell of a lot more context on Russia than any current news outlet is providing.
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Ben Hubbird Sep 17
Curious how the exploitation of the human and non-human nature of the global south, prerequisite for the neoliberal capitalist system, relates to racism & misogyny domestically? This is the podcast you didn't know you needed in your life. Thanks .
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Walker Adamson Sep 17
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. is my favorite podcast right now. Incredible library of guest interviews with progressive thinkers on a wide range of topics. Hit me up for recommended episodes!
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The Dig Sep 16
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Bear Jew  🌹 Sep 16
Great interview with Nancy Fraser on all the 'non- economic' stuff that plays a role in capitalism and who has power in society.
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Unions & Chill 🌹 Sep 14
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You should still give your money though the content is priceless.
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The Dig Sep 14
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:) where in Mexico?
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Daniel Denvir Sep 13
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The Dig Sep 14
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Smo Sep 14
There are a lot of entertaining lefty podcasts out there, but if you want in depth analysis and to really learn about things from experts and authors, is the place to be. donating to their patreon is also some excellent praxis!
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Naomi Hossain Sep 14
Nancy Fraser explains EVERYTHING
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Patrick Blanchfield Sep 12
"Instead of interpreting capitalism as an economic system, we should see .... capitalism as an institutionalized social order." this Nancy Fraser interview with is *phenomenal.*
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αиdεяѕ 🌹🚀🏐 Sep 13
Listening to Nancy Fraser on explaining all (ALL!) of capitalism so succinctly & I'm just...
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Patrick Blanchfield Sep 12
"The freedom of the worker (which is the freedom to be exploited) depends upon the subjection of the "non-worker," the racialized Other. Whatever benefits the exploited have are off the backs of the expropriated. And of course the real benefits ... go to Capital."
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Political Economy Centre, University of Manchester Sep 13
Excellent new episode of with Nancy Fraser! It's argued that we must go beyond a narrow focus on economic processes when analysing capitalism and focus on the processes of social reproduction upon which the economy depends.
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Daniel Denvir Sep 12
It’s Nancy Fraser comprehensively explaining the entirety of capitalism in just over one hour on
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Jules Boykoff Sep 11
*Terrific* episode of on how a "social wealth fund" as non-reformist reform could pave a firm, sensible path toward socialism. Detailed, brass-tacks convo w/ of &
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Daniel Denvir Sep 9
It's on explaining his proposal to spread the wealth around
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