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For the latest LGM podcast, I was happy to interview Paul Adler, historian at Colorado College, on his new book No Globalization without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality published recently by the University of Pennsylvania Press. This is a longer podcast than normal due to the deep and complex issues we get into about […]
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Paul and I were fortunate enough to be able to talk to Adam Serwer about his stunningly good new essay collection, The Cruelty is the Point. It’s a book that simply overflows with illuminations and sharp insights, succeeding in both putting into the historical record what the Trump administration was and noting in careful, analytical […]
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For today’s podcast, I was happy to speak to two of the long-time fighters to expand Social Security, Nancy Altman and Eric Kingson, about their new book, just out from The New Press, Social Security Works for Everyone! Protecting and Expanding the Insurance Americans Love and Count On. This was a great conversation about what […]
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On the latest LGM podcast, Loomis, Farley and myself talk Biden’s 100 Days, including both the highlights and the lowlights. It’s fair to say that we’re generally pleased, but that we also have important complaints on several critical issues, including student debt and immigration.
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