Fresh audio product: Chicago politics, Ukraine & Scandinavian neutrality

Just added to my radio archive (click on date for link): April 27, 2023 Jacobin editor Micah Uetricht explains how Chicago elected a progressive mayor, Brandon Johnson • Lily Lynch, editor of Balkanist and contributor to New Left Review‘s Sidecar blog on how the Ukraine war destroyed Scandinavian neutrality

Fresh audio product: can we save the climate before overthrowing capitalism?, getting the EPA to enforce the Clean Water Act

Just added to my radio archive (click on date for link): April 20, 2023 economist Josh Mason of John Jay College on how we can save the climate before we get to overthrowing capitalism • Jen Duggan of the Environmental Integrity Initiative on a lawsuit to get the EPA to enforce the Clean Water Act

Fresh audio product: discard the hair shirts—for an alternative hedonism

Just added to my radio archive (click on date for link): April 13, 2023 philosopher Kate Soper talks about her book, Post-Growth Living: For An Alternative Hedonism, just out in paperback: living on less but without the hair-shirtism

Fresh audio product: Israeli collusion with Trump, the Rutgers labor battle

Just added to my radio archive (click on date for link): April 6, 2023 James Bamford, author of this article in The Nation (and of the just published Spyfail) on Israeli collusion with Donald Trump in 2016 • Donna Murch, associate professor of history at Rutgers and president of the New Brunswick campus’s faculty union, on why the teaching staff is on the verge of a strike and why it matters well beyond that institution