Laurie Mercier hosts this Old Mole, which includes:
Brian Willson: Nicaragua and the Lies They Tell Us: Laurie speaks to S. Brian Willson about his antiwar activism, his recent book Don’t Thank Me for My Service, and his recent reporting on the attempted US coup in Nicaragua.
More Than Just the Facts: Why Capitalism is Blind to the Beautiful: Clayton Morgareidge reflects on how capitalism reduces the world to “just the facts,” and how to save the real world we love.
Chernobyl: Nuclear Drama on HBO: Movie Moles Frann Michel and Laurie Mercier discuss the HBO miniseries Chernobyl and compare Soviet and US responses to nuclear disasters.
The Yellow Vests: A New French Revolution?: Bill Resnick reports on the significance of the yellow vest movement in France.
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