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LGM Podcast: Forging Global Fordism

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On September 12, 2022
The latest guest on the LGM podcast is Stefan Link, a historian at Dartmouth, to discuss his recent book Forging Global Fordism: Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, and the Contest over the Industrial Order. This is a book that will interest a lot of LGM readers and listeners. In this podcast, we discuss the legacy of […]
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On March 17, 1921, the Kronstadt Rebellion was crushed by Soviet military forces. This moment was not only a critical one in the consolidation of the Russian Revolution, but also the final nail in the coffin to any idea that workers would have the ability to protest their new proletarian government. One of the great […]

Chicken Minced Meat

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On August 16, 2016

I am soon returning to East Coast Exile, reality, and regular blogging. Until then, this. 1980's Soviet Estonian TV ad for minced chicken meat by filmmaker Harry Egipt. A vegetarian's nightmar

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Drink Up and Be Somebody

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On September 6, 2015
If the writers of LGM ever got together in the same place, I believe the alcohol consumption would look something like Soviet soldiers in Afghanistan: As it should now be clear to you, dear reader, Soviet soldiers were not that discriminating when sourcing their sauce. When I was interviewing veterans of the Soviet–Afghan War for […]
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