LUMPENPROLETARIAT—On today’s edition of free speech radio’s Letters and Politics, host Mitch Jeserich returns to Berkeley, California, from his two-week holiday to London, England, Great Britain, including a five-day tour of the imperial British Museum.
In the first segment, we reflect upon the history and nature of American political parties in the context of the United States 2016 Presidential Election in a brief conversation with Dr. Julia Azari (Marquette University), who recently wrote a column entitled “When Political Parties Split“.
In the second segment of the broadcast, Jeserich led a discussion on the life and times and ideas of Dr. Albert Einstein with Dr. John Gribbin, author of Einstein’s Masterwork: 1915 and the General Theory of Relativity.
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 Terrestrial radio transmission, 94.1 FM (KPFA, Berkeley, CA) with online simulcast and digital archiving: Letters and Politics, this one-hour broadcast hosted by host Mitch Jeserich, Monday, 17 OCT 2016, 10:00 PDT.
[17 OCT 2016]
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