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Aug 12, 2022

This episode of Guerrilla History is the introduction to a mini-series we are running for the next couple of months.  The topic is Sanctions As War, based off of the book of the same name edited by Professors Immanuel Ness and Stuart Davis.  Subsequent episodes will be focused on case studies of countries that have...


Aug 5, 2022

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Breht's recommendation: The Counterrevolution of 1776 w/ Gerald Horne

Adnan's recommendation: Why Turkey Is Authoritarian w/ Halil Karaveli

Henry's recommendation: Women In Nepal's Civil War w/ Hisila Yami

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Jul 29, 2022

In this useful episode, we talk with Professor Richard Wolff about the economics of both imperialism and inflation - two major issues facing nearly everyone today, but that we often don't look at the economic drivers or mechanisms of.  An incredibly fun conversation with someone we've wanted to bring on the show...


Jul 22, 2022

Guerrilla History "From the Archives" is a new series of episodes, consisting of previously patreon-exclusive episodes that we are unlocking for the general public after one year.  This From the Archives episode was originally released on Patreon on January 29, 2021, and is about the (at the time) recently...


Jul 15, 2022

This supplemental episode is the recording of a Twitter Space we just recorded with our friends, Professors Alexander Aviña and Brandon Wolfe-Hunnicutt.  What was originally supposed to be a pretty informal meeting became a nearly 1 hour and 40 minute discussion of coups, oil, and oil nationalization!  Enjoy!

Alexander...