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Jacobin Radio: How to End Homelessness; Eugene V. Debs


Suzi talks to UCLA law professor Gary Blasi, a longtime housing activist and advocate for the homeless about the staggering increase in homelessness in LA city and county (indeed across the country). But there are misconceptions about what is driving t...


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The Dig: Socialist Manifesto with Bhaskar Sunkara


Dan talks to Jacobin editor Bhaskar Sunkara about his book The Socialist Manifesto: The Case for Radical Politics in an Era of Extreme Inequality. We must study socialism's history and plan for its future. Thanks to Verso Books.


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The Dig: On the Clock with Emily Guendelsberger


Jobs have in recent years gotten much worse for millions of service workers at Amazon, McDonalds and call centers. Dan interviews Emily Guendelsberger on her book On the Clock: What Low-Wage Work Did to Me and How It Drives America Insane.


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Jacobin Radio: Puerto Rico, US-Iran


  Suzi looks at the rising in Puerto Rico with professor, activist, and author Rafael Bernabe in San Juan, Puerto Rico where two weeks of massive protests brought down the corrupt government of Ricardo Rosselló,


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The Dig: Race and Class in the Liberal Suburbs with Lily Geismer


Dan interviews Lily Geismer, the author of Don't Blame Us: Suburban Liberals and the Transformation of the Democratic Party. While Boston whites fought school busing in the streets, suburban liberals along Route 128 maintained and benefited from the la...


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The Vast Majority: "DSA 2019 Convention Breakdown" with Andrew Sernatinger


The Democratic Socialists of America's biennial convention is in Atlanta this weekend. The rise of the DSA is one of the most promising developments in American politics in at least half a century. I talked to Andrew Sernatinger, a member of Madison DSA,


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The Dig: From the archives, Aziz Rana on Two Faces of American Freedom


Dan is taking his first week off ever in Dig history to finish his book. Here's a classic from deep in the archives: our first interview with Aziz Rana, on his book The Two Faces of American Freedom, aka episode 62.


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Jacobin Radio: Report From the Border; UK Politics


  Suzi talks to historian Myrna Santiago and immigrants' rights specialist Alicia Rusoja, who just returned from a week at the border, where they talked to men, women, and child migrants, sat in immigration court,


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The Dig: The Struggle in Chile with Alondra Carrillo & Pablo Abufom


Dan's lengthy interview with two brilliant Chilean social movement organizers: Alondra Carrillo and Pablo Abufom. Carrillo organizes in the country's massive feminist movement. Abufom works in the labor-backed movement for a just pension system.


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Behind the News: Puerto Rico and Turkey


Professor of philosophy Bernat Tort on Puerto Rico’s economic and political crisis. Then, sociologist Sahan Karatasli on Turkey’s economic and political crisis.


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