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Edward Lewis 17h
loved your interview on and will look to purchase your book, Bring The War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Thanks 🙏🏾!
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Stephen Wertheim Nov 15
On , explains why many acts of violence since the 1970s, often misunderstood as the work of crazy lone wolves, have been part of the white power movement:
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Daniel Gerke Nov 15
This was one of the best episodes of the consistently excellent . Definitely getting 's book; seems invaluable for understanding the various influences on and strains within neoliberal thought 👍
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Daniel Denvir Nov 15
NYC people: I'm doing a live interview with on the fight against right populism in Europe and the United States. 12/1, 6pm at The New School. Get your tickets now.
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Quinn Slobodian Nov 14
Enjoyed this epic convo with for . Topics covered: Hayek’s support for Thatcher’s migration policy, left-populist nostalgism, and the problem of the unwillingness of people to die for the WTO.
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Kate Aronoff Nov 14
Really starting to think the Pod has not Saved America
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Wendi Muse Nov 14
shoutout to the left, english-language podcasts that have been doing their part to cover what's going on in brazil. things are moving fast, but this is one way to stay caught up:
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Daniel Denvir Nov 14
It's discussing his fascinating book Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism on . The Geneva School came not to free the market but rather to protect it from democratic people and a decolonized Global South.
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marge (mags for friends) Nov 9
Replying to @DanRiffle
The Dig is the only podcast I listen to regularly. Highly recommend
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Daniel Denvir Nov 11
Give no quarter to cynical warmongers who exploit the experiences of US troops as a pretext to get more of them—and *many more* people everywhere—killed. This interview I did w anthropologist Catherine Lutz on the “support our troops” political culture.
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Bear Jew  🌹 Nov 11
Man stays one of the best damn podcasts on the left. Essential review of the organizing & strategy of the White power movement. Big takeaway, always worth remembering: the racists are always organizing & reaching new people, every generation.
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Ivan Marković Nov 11
The latest ⁦⁩ on the histories of the White Power movement and how these get lost in “Lone Wolf” narratives of white supremacist violence is. a. must. listen!
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Jacob Kramer🦇🐘 Nov 10
Let's try to support individual vets without buying into the Cult of The Troop. has a very good interview with Katherine Lutz about this creeping fascistic trope of our times:
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Arielle Cohen 🌹🔥 Nov 8
Excellent interview with and on the deep ties between of the White Power movement and Anti Immigration which lead to the massacre at the Tree of Life.
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Patrick Blanchfield Nov 8
also, friends, cannot encourage you enough to subscribe to and support The Dig. it's consistently edifying and fantastic.
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Patrick Blanchfield Nov 8
absolutely make time to check out formidable historian of American white power militancy, , interviewed by on . her work is so vitally relevant, especially now.
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Daniel Denvir Nov 7
I interviewed on history of white power movement, critical context to understand how Trump's "caravan election" and man who massacred Jews in PGH both drew on a belief that Jews are conspiring to destroy the white race through immigration
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The Dig Nov 6
Thank you
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Chris K-B🌹 Nov 6
Listening to interviewed on about the legacy of Howard Zinn’s writing and lessons to be gleaned for social movement organizing today is easily the best interview I’ve listened to all year. ⁠ ⁠
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Dennis Hogan Nov 6
Ran into podcast hero and ally on his way to record on this !
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