In this episode of How To Argue With Conservatives, Taylor tackles arguments for libertarianism grounded in theories of justice.
Why are progressives bad at storytelling? Is a left-wing nationalism possible? And is the left too concerned with definitions instead of winning? In this episode of Cable Street, I’m joined by professor Richard Sandbrook to discuss how the left can win and use power.
In this episode of Cable Street, I'm joined by Matt Stoller to discuss how the rise of monopolies has contributed to income inequality and political populism.
In this episode of How To Argue With Conservatives, Taylor makes the case against libertarianism.
Political Scientist Lucan Way from the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy discusses why some democracies are backsliding towards authoritarianism, especially in eastern Europe, and what that means for the rest of the world.
In this episode of How To Argue With Conservatives, we ask if people get paid what they deserve. How do we determine what people deserve to get? And is the amount of money people make really grounded in any concept of “desert”?
Research indicates young people have unfavourable opinions towards democratic institutions. So what does that mean for western democracy? Researcher David Coletto shares his thoughts on millennials and how they will, and are, shaping politics throughout the world.
Historian Benjamin Hett joins Cable Street to discuss his book Death of Democracy that chronicles Hitler's rise to power, and whether historical parallels exist in today's politics.
In this wide-ranging interview, internet "free speech activist" Nathan Bernard explains why satire is an effective way to critique the far-right, how censorship is ineffective and why there are few progressive alternatives to far-right new media personalities.
In this episode of How To Argue With Conservatives, we look at the Nordic countries — Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark — and their economies.