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Due Dissidence is a progressive podcast of, by, and for the people. Support us at www.patreon.com/duedissidence
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In response to Trump's Mt. Rushmore speech, the Left must consider questions of how to reckon with America's morally dubious history, how to push for cultural reforms without eliminating culture altogether, which monuments should or shouldn't come down, and how to lead the way to enacting these reforms despite the uselessness of the Democratic establishment.
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Peter Frase returns along with our long-lost founding co-host Richie Rosencrans to discuss how defunding the police fits into a broader class struggle, and why it's so threatening to the political establishment. Peter serves on the editorial board at Jacobin Magazine and is the author of the book Four Futures: Life After Capitalism.
Songwriting legend Bob Dylan's new album is out, and so Justin Van Voorhis returns to the show as we each count down our top 10 all-time favorite Dylan songs...Plus a special announcement
Seattle-based photographer Magnus Appel takes us inside the now famous CHAZ in Seattle, discussing both how it came to be and why it should give us hope for national change. Follow Magnus' photography project on Instagram at @the.holloww
Have uprisings in the streets and Trump's increasingly fascistic response made the #NeverBiden Left rethink their strategy? We discuss that and more.
The murder of George Floyd sparked protests and riots in Minneapolis. We discuss why this wave of civil unrest is just getting started.
Asad Haider, author, writer, and editor of Viewpoint Magazine, discusses how political imagination is actually more pragmatic and necessary than lesser-evil voting. Asad Haider's book "Mistaken Identity" can be found at Verso Books: https://www.versobooks.com/books/2716-mistaken-identity
As liberals call out progressives for their "white privilege," Biden forfeits the Latino vote. Our Revolution LA leaves the Democratic Party. We talk this and other headlines.
A new poll shows 51% of Berners considering a 3rd party vote in November. We discuss why that is on this freewheeling episode.
Meagan Day, staff writer at Jacobin and co-author of the new book Bigger Than Bernie: How We Go from the Sanders Campaign to Democratic Socialism, returns to discuss her book, the need for a "dirty break" from the Democratic Party, and labor power post-pandemic.
A freewheeling discussion of the week's breaking news stories, including new evidence to support Biden accuser Tara Reade, Warren's congressional endorsements, Larry Summers joining the Biden campaign, and much more.
As the lockdown passes the six week mark and the general election matchup is set, we think this could be how it all ends.
New reporting from Politico provides an inside look at the Bernie Sanders 2020 campaign, and how it fell short in the final weeks of the race.
While preparing for an episode on Alyssa Milano's #MeToo hypocrisy, news broke that Bernie Sanders was suspending his campaign. We discuss both topics here.
Allen Howell, host of Bernie or Bust TV and the Revolution or Bust podcast, joins us to discuss the urgent need for a widespread general strike, and how we can leverage labor power amid the pandemic.
On this tragicomic episode, we talk AOC's strategic shift, Joe Biden's sexual assault allegation, and the imminent rise of national socialism post-coronavirus.
Zach Carter, senior reporter at The Huffington Post, joins us to explain why the coronavirus bill is an outrageous bipartisan giveaway to corporate power, and whether or not it can be renegotiated in the weeks and months to come.
As Russell nurses his injuries, we muse on unifying the coming #DemExit parties, and why the establishment can't agree on a Coronavirus relief package.
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