Branko Marcetic
Branko Marcetic
March-eh-teach. Writer @Jacobin, co-host @1of200podcast. Faves =/= agree. Author of Yesterday's Man: the Case Against Joe BidenSource
Chicago, Illinois
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A US-Backed, Far Right–Led Revolution in Ukraine Helped Bring Us to the Brink of War

A US-Backed, Far Right–Led Revolution in Ukraine Helped Bring Us to the Brink of War

Our latest edition is out in print and online. and start reading.Have you read Jacobin in print? and don’t miss our latest edition.It’s January. A defiant crowd of protesters, a jumble of bodies where far-right extremists rub shoulders with everyday people, wants the head of the elected president. They chant anti-government slogans, occupy government buildings, and carry arms — some of them makeshift melee weapons, some of them hunting rifles and Kalashnikovs. By the time it’s all said and done, the demonstrations will lead to the death and hospitalization of both protesters and police.It’s...

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Four Ways to Counter Russian Aggression That Don’t Risk Nuclear War

Four Ways to Counter Russian Aggression That Don’t Risk Nuclear War

Our latest edition is out in print and online. and start reading.Have you read Jacobin in print? and don’t miss our latest edition.Ever since Russian president Vladimir Putin made the appalling and disastrous decision to invade Ukraine, the endgame has been shrouded in uncertainty. While news of talks between Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, are encouraging, we’re also seeing signs of a ramped-up turn toward militarism by everyone involved.Yesterday, Putin put took the of putting Russian nuclear forces on high alert, a reckless escalation that, posturing or not,...

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Secret Corporate Cash Funds Presidential Debates

Secret Corporate Cash Funds Presidential Debates

The role of corporate funding for debates is a little-known reality of presidential elections. Most people are aware of the way that corporations use direct donations to political parties, candidates, and their associated political action committees to curry favor and buy access. Few know debates themselves—ostensibly civic events meant to serve an educational purpose for voters—provide another one of those avenues.In 1978, academics Marilyn Jackson-Beeck and Robert MeadowAn analysis of hundreds of archival documents and records obtained through multiple Freedom of Information Act requests...

October 19, 2016
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