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Conversations about politics and culture, money and power, from Anand Giridharadas

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Conversations about politics and culture, money and power, from Anand Giridharadas

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    FULL AUDIO: Heather McGhee on reparations, Trump, and making meaning

    FULL AUDIO: Heather McGhee on reparations, Trump, and making meaning

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    Today we present for our subscribers the full audio recording of our conversation with the author and policy expert Heather McGhee.
    In her influential book, The Sum of Us, McGhee argues against the idea that progress for some must come at the expense of others. It’s the opposite, she maintains, famously recounting how, when the racist response to desegr…

    • 5 min
    FULL AUDIO: Naomi Klein on Gaza, Biden, and how the right steals the left’s causes

    FULL AUDIO: Naomi Klein on Gaza, Biden, and how the right steals the left’s causes

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    Today we present for our subscribers the full audio recording of our conversation with the author and activist Naomi Klein.
    Klein has written a series of books — among them No Logo and The Shock Doctrine — that have met their cultural moments and changed the way people think and talk. Her work on labor, climate change, globalization, and the other criti…

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    PODCAST: Lina Khan on trust busting as freedom

    PODCAST: Lina Khan on trust busting as freedom

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    Today on The Ink podcast, our conversation with Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan. She began her career as an antitrust researcher and reporter, eventually becoming a lawyer and public servant and along the way publishing a groundbreaking paper that turned 40 years of conservative thinking on antitrust on its head.
    Named by President Biden to lead…

    • 6 min
    PODCAST: Mehdi Hasan on why the media should endorse democracy

    PODCAST: Mehdi Hasan on why the media should endorse democracy

    Context. Is there a less sexy word in the English language? Or a more important one?
    The journalist Mehdi Hasan has long been a relentless advocate for context. As a host and commentator for the BBC, Al Jazeera, and MSNBC, Hasan has always challenged assumptions and filled in historical blind spots, with a devotion to doing the extra research and a willingness to speak truth to power. Now he has left his corporate media days behind him and has launched his own, independent media company, Zeteo, which aims to take on some of the most difficult reporting challenges of our time, with a focus on democracy and human rights.
    In this conversation, Hasan talks to our host, Anand Giridharadas, about how he views the student protests, what American responses to the Ukraine and Gaza wars tell us about the limits of empathy, the challenges of reporting the news in an age of threats to democracy, how many admire activists only once they’re dead, and why it’s so so difficult to have a debate with opponents who can’t even agree on basic truths.


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