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Red Library: A Political Education Podcast for Today's Left

Feb 3, 2019

Comrade/Professor Jason Brownlee from The University of Texas at Austin joins us to spit major hot fire about the history of U.S.-Egyptian relations. We discuss more details on the Arab Spring, extraordinary rendition programs in the War on Terror, Jimmy Carter being ALPHA and all sorts of other fascinating and explosive points related to the U.S.'s relationship with Egypt from the 1970's up to today.

Prof. Brownlee was also recently published in Jacobin's journal, Catalyst, which you can find here. If you liked episode 1's take on the the Arab Spring and Libya, you are gonna LOVE this one. So strap in, take some notes and enjoy the show, comrades!


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