Much fresh audio product

Some of this just posted to my radio archives, and some of it’s been around for a while without being noted on the web page. Subscribe to the podcast (here’s the iTunes page—details on other portals on my archive page), and you’ll get the audio files right after they’re posted, instead of waiting for me to update the web index.

Note: several of these shows were fundraisers for KPFA. I’ve cut out the pleas, but if you want to keep these coming, please support KPFA.

October 25, 2012 Jodi Dean, professor of political science at Hobart & William Smith and author of The Communist Horizon, on how we need to reclaim that cuss-word and stop fetishizing “democracy”

October 18, 2012 Josh Eidelson on the Walmart strikes (his Salon stories are here) • Ethan Pollack of the Economic Policy Institute on green jobs

October 11, 2012 David Cay Johnston, author of The Fine Printon how Corporate America rips us off

October 4, 2012 Matt Kennard, author of Irregular Army, on the neo-Nazis, gangbangers, and sad/broken people who populate our military, and the damage they’ve done and will do.

September 27, 2012 Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin, authors of The Making of Global Capitalismon U.S. imperial power, etc.

September 20, 2012 Bruce Bartlett on his scary former GOP comrades • Jared Bernstein on income, poverty, and the 47%

2 Comments on “Much fresh audio product

  1. I’m tuning in to the Dean show down here in Australia right now.

    Common ownership of the collective product of labour with distribution of the producers’ wealth distributed on the basis of need–that’s communism. When a united left begins shouting for common ownership of the collective product of labour, we will see the event horizon of the social revolution.

    A better way to transition to communism would be to use Marx’s advice in his “Critique of the Gotha Program”. Abolish wage labour and replace it with labour time in/goods and services out. Using the wage system Soviet style, to industrialise is something we definitely to avoid, for the wage system has been historically proven to lead to one sort of system, capitalism.

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