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  1. Why are we so worried about Satan? by Vox Conversations | Podchaser

    Why are we so worried about Satan? from Vox Conversations on Podchaser, aired Thursday, 6th May 2021.

    Vox’s Sean Illing talks with Sarah Marshall, co-host of the You’re Wrong About podcast, about the Satanic Panic of the early 1980s. They discuss America’s penchant for moral panics, why the country…

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  2. SIO284: Debunking “The End of Gender” Part 1 - Serious Inquiries Only

    Somehow, esteemed co-host Dr. Lindsey Osterman got through all of the terribly transphobic book by Dr. Debra Soh called “The End of Gender: Debunking the Myths about Sex and Identity in Our Society.” Soh is someone with a relevant credential, which perhaps makes her anti-trans schtick even more dangerous. Within the text are kernels of … Continue reading "SIO284: Debunking “The End of Gender” Part 1"


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  3. Socialism 101

    Socialism. For many, particularly in the United States, the word evokes some pretty dark images. Dictators. The Cold War.

    But socialism started as an attempt to improve on capitalism. And, by the way, capitalism was really a reaction and criticism of feudalism. Back when society was divided into kings and peasants.

    Whether you support socialism or staunchly oppose it, there’s no debate it’s a major economic theory in the world. And the U.S. does have some socilaist policies already, think police departments, public schools, medicare — those are all a little socialist. And while we at Planet Money have talked about socialism in certain aspects, we haven’t done The Socialism Episode.

    Today on the show: Socialism 101. How it started, what versions exist today, and where it goes from here.

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  4. Ep 137 - Work Sucks (I Know) w/ Sarah Jaffe - The Antifada -

    Author and journalist Sarah Jaffe (@sarahljaffe) joins Sean and Jamie to discuss her new book, "Work Won’t Love You Back: How Devotion to Our Jobs Keeps Us Exploited, Exhausted, and Alone." Antifada listeners know "do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life" is a dirty lie told by capitalists. But where did this idea come from? In this book, Jaffe traces the rise of "labor of love" ideology to the neoliberal turn of the 1970s, explains how it intersects with racism and sexism, shows how it damages workers, and lastly, gives some ideas for how to defeat it.

    Buy the book:

    Outro song: Kate Bush - "This Woman’s Work"

    Become a patron at to unlock tons of bonus content and access to our Discord community!

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  5. PK Podcast 016: Lisa Fenton On Bushcraft And Indigenous Knowledge Transmissions

    My guest on this podcast is Lisa Fenton, who joins me to discuss her research on bushcraft and indigenous knowledge transmissions. Lisa is one of the founders of the Woodsmoke School of Bushcraft and Wilderness Survival, based in the Lake District, in the north west of England. Lisa and her partner Ben McNutt apprenticed with Ray Mears in the late 1990s and early 2000s before going on to set up Woodsmoke together in 2001.

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