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Movie Moles: "Django Unchained"

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Mon, 01/21/2013

 Movie Moles Joe Clement and Iven Hale discuss the new Quentin Tarantino movie about slavery set in the pre-Civil War South "Django Unchained."  What does this film have to say about punishment, revenge, and solidarity?   Following the review is a new song "Let Your Voice be Heard"  by a new Portland band -- Pointed Man Band -- written in remembrance of Martin Luther King.  

14:00 minutes (6.41 MB)

Guns, Violence, and Mental Health

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Mon, 01/21/2013

Old Moles Bill Resnick and Jan Haaken carry on a well-informed inquiry into gun violence, gun control and mental health, and into the conversation going on in the political mainstream.  

15:12 minutes (6.96 MB)

What Would a Sustainable Economy Look Like?

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Mon, 01/21/2013

It is clear that human activity is gradually destroying our planet and that ever rising standards of living in the industrialized and industrializing nations is not sustainable.  But what would a sustainable economy look like?  Tom Becker reads from David Korten's piece "What Would a Down-to-Earth Economy Look Like?"

6:02 minutes (2.76 MB)

Anarchism and Marxism Today

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Mon, 01/21/2013

On last week's Old Mole, Bill Resnick talked with Canadian historian Bryan Palmer  about the relations between anarchism and marxism in the 19th Century -- sometimes conflictual, sometimes cooperative.  In Part 2 of this conversation, Bill and Bryan bring these issues into the movements of our own day, including Occupy.  Palmer is the author of Cultures of Darkness: Night Travels in the History of Transgression.  

10:16 minutes (4.7 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 01/21/2013

 

Clayton Morgareidge hosts this edition of the Old Mole Variety Hour.  Topics include 

56:58 minutes (26.08 MB)

 

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