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Apocalypse and the Left


Fear and fear-based politics, do not tend to serve the left in the way that they serve the right. The idea of a cleansing catastrophe flows naturally from reactionary politics. The right thrives on fear. And it has a simple solution for the alarmist scenarios that it is constantly invoking: scapegoat the “enemy”—whether immigrants or other easily targeted populations—and demand authoritarian fixes. 

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What would Karl do? Part 3: Radicals reflect on the current incarnation of global capital


The final installment of a two week long Inkwell interview with Sasha Lilley about Capital and Its Discontents, headed up by broadcaster Angie Coiro.
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What would Karl do? Part 2: Radicals reflect on the current incarnation of global capital


The second installment of a two week long Inkwell interview with Sasha Lilley about Capital and Its Discontents, headed up by broadcaster Angie Coiro.
read more


What would Karl do? Radicals reflect on the current incarnation of global capital


The first installment of a two week long Inkwell interview about Capital and Its Discontents, headed up by broadcaster Angie Coiro.
read more


Noam Chomsky and Sasha Lilley talk about Capital and Its Discontents


On March 22, Noam Chomsky joined me for the Boston launch of Capital and Its Discontents.
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