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Women in Dark Times

On this week's show James Butler is joined by Nina Power and Jacqueline Rose as they discuss feminism, violence and power, - themes emerging from Rose's new book 'Women in Dark Times'.

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Radical Lives: Sylvia Pankhurst

by Daniel Whittall

Sylvia Pankhurst is commonly regarded among the first socialist feminists, but less widely known is her simultaneous commitment to fighting colonialism and fascism, and to amplifying the interconnectedness of these various systems of oppression.
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#BestOfWire (E001)

The best Wire articles this month, including Irish Water, Podemos and the crisis of the NUS.

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#FergusonToLondon

On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani are joined by Wail Qassim as they discuss racist policing both sides of the Atlantic.

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#GreenSurge, What Does It Mean?

On this weeks show Aaron Bastani is joined by Adam Ramsay as they discuss the Green Surge and the relationship of the Green Party to social movements.

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6 Things the Mubarak Trial Means for Egypt and the Revolution

by Heather McRobie

A judge’s decision to throw out the charges against Mubarak for his role in the deaths of hundreds of protesters during the February 2011 Egyptian revolution was unsurprising, and President Sisi’s response was revealing - but it does not mean “the end of the Arab Spring.”
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Podemos, Can They?

On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss the rise of Podemos, the new party on Spain's radical left.