Posts Tagged ‘ socialism ’

Zero Squared #173: The Kavanaugh Show Trial

Oct 18th, 2018 | By

Professor Heidi Matthews is Assistant Professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School, where she Co-Directs the Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security. In this week’s podcast she stops by to discuss her essay in the conversation “Why the Kavanaugh hearings were a show trial gone bad” We’ve started a Zero Books

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Zero Squared #172: A Swedish Utopia

Oct 11th, 2018 | By

Mir Bal is the host of the A Lost Cause podcast out of Sweden, he is also a former social worker turned barista, an immigrant, and a socialist. He joins the Zero Books podcast in order to discuss immigration to the Swedish Utopia and why the Scandinavian Model really is a worker’s paradise…or maybe that’s

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Zero Squared #171: Pssst…Socialists Oppose Reaction

Sep 27th, 2018 | By

The following podcast was recorded at the request of a former Zero Books author named Nicolas Hausdorf after I mentioned on my blog that, in light of the positions he’d taken in essays written for a reactionary online journal, that we would no longer be publishing his work. In 2015 we published Nicolas Hausdorf’s book

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Zero Squared #169: #MeToo Heresy?

Sep 13th, 2018 | By

Aimee Terese is a socialist, a law student, the co-host of the Dead Pundits Society, and a #Metoo heretic. She is also the guest on this week’s episode of Zero Squared. I want to remind listeners that Zero Books produces two podcasts every week, one for free and one for people who support us on

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Symptomatic Redness: Michael Brooks and Derick Varn

Sep 9th, 2018 | By

This week’s Symptomatic Redness features Michael Brooks and C Derick Varn as they debate and discuss the American radical left under Trump. Should the left turn to the democrats again? If not, what realistic opportunities or strategies might we take up? If so, is the DSA the best chance for reshaping or shifting the course

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Zero Squared #168: Chapo on Libtards, Logic, and Revolution

Sep 6th, 2018 | By

Virgil Texas and Matt Christman are two of the five co-hosts from the hugely popular leftist podcast Chapo Trap House and they stopped by the Zero Books podcast this week to discuss their new book The Chapo Guide to Revolution: A Manifesto Against Logic, Facts and Reason. Like Chapo, Zero Books has a Patreon. Unlike

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Zero Squared #163: Prospect for a Left Politics

Aug 2nd, 2018 | By

Chris Cutrone is a member of the Platypus Affiliated Society, a professor at The School of Art Institute of Chicago, and a returning guest to the Zero Books podcast. He is the author of a controversial essay entitled “Why Not Trump.” The piece was a half-hearted endorsement of Trump as the better adversary for the

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Zero Squared #161: The Meaning of Trump

Jul 12th, 2018 | By

Brian Culkin is the guest this week. Culkin is a writer, theorist, and film director. His films include the feature length documentary ‘The Mission’ and the short film ‘Voices.’ His books include Postscript on Boxing and,  the Meaning of Trump which is out now from Zero Books. I want to thank Nathaniel L, Jeff B,

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Zero Squared #80: Porn Panic

Aug 19th, 2016 | By

Jerry Barnett is an author, technologist, campaigner, photographer and entrepreneur. With a long background in anti-fascism campaigning, he has become increasingly disillusioned with the new left, which has taken on many of the attitudes and methods of the old right. His book Porn Panic is out from Zero Books this month. In this episode you’ll

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Zero Squared #59: It’s Not Over

Mar 9th, 2016 | By

Pete Dolack has been published on a variety of political and literary topics, mostly pertaining to contemporary issues. He has been published multiple times in the peer-reviewed academic journal Working USA: The Journal of Labor & Society, and currently is published regularly by the online popular magazines CounterPunch and ZNet. His book, It’s Not Over:

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