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Proles of the Round Table

Oct 15, 2019

In this one we sat down with Nick to discuss his time spent in Cuba, the things he learned there, as well as other interesting discussions about the new constitution, agriculture, biotech, etc.

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Oct 1, 2019

In this one, the crew sat down to discuss the history of Burkina Faso, what created the atmosphere of revolution, some of Sankara's legacy, and what happened after his assassination.

CORRECTIONS:
- Jamaica was never a French colony; it was a British colony.
- "The US is a one-party state[...]" quote was from Julius...


Sep 15, 2019

In this one, we sat down with Colette to discuss the history of democratic centralism, and how it has been developed over the years, as well as other forms of democracy from ostensibly socialist origins.

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Sep 1, 2019

In this one, we sat down with Clara Sorrenti of the Canadian Communist Party to talk about a few important historical figures in the Canadian Communist movement, as well as answer some AMA questions. **Correction: Canada entered WW2 when Britain did, but the Communist Party didn't support the war until after the...


Aug 20, 2019

In the first episode of Ad Vincere Mundi and the first episode in the How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Histomat arc, which deals with the history of Classics as a discipline, Colette breaks down what dialectical and historical materialism are, and then confronts one of the most egregious and poisonous myths about...