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In Search of New Political Ideas

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Christine and Damir kick things off by discussing a memoir about the fall of Communism in Albania. Damir reflects on his own post-Communist background, and ponders why Communist nostalgia affects only some countries, while others are not looking back. He wonders whether Christine is becoming a Communist herself after reading her essay about “Limitarianism,” a school of political thought that favors a cap on extreme wealth. Christine unpacks her own ideas about economic justice and democracy, and considers whether the Communist past in Europe should influence American political ideas for the future.

For paid subscribers, the bonus part of the episode focuses on whether the United States or Europe has the better economic system, and whether European dreams of a “green” economy can survive competition with China.

Required Reading:

* Free: Coming of Age at the End of History by Lea Ypi.

* The full story behind Joyce Carol Oates’ infamous tweet.

* Damir’s Monday Note about Lea Ypi’s book.

* Limitarianism by Ingrid Robeyns

* “What Would Society Look Like if Extreme Wealth Were Impossible?” by Christine Emba (The Atlantic)

* “The Price of Peace is Stagnation” by Janan Ganesh (The Financial Times)

This post is part of our collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Governance and Markets.

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In Search of New Political Ideas

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Indhold leveret af Shadi Hamid & Damir Marusic, Shadi Hamid, and Damir Marusic. Alt podcastindhold inklusive episoder, grafik og podcastbeskrivelser uploades og leveres direkte af Shadi Hamid & Damir Marusic, Shadi Hamid, and Damir Marusic eller deres podcastplatformspartner. Hvis du mener, at nogen bruger dit ophavsretligt beskyttede værk uden din tilladelse, kan du følge processen beskrevet her https://da.player.fm/legal.
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit wisdomofcrowds.live
Christine and Damir kick things off by discussing a memoir about the fall of Communism in Albania. Damir reflects on his own post-Communist background, and ponders why Communist nostalgia affects only some countries, while others are not looking back. He wonders whether Christine is becoming a Communist herself after reading her essay about “Limitarianism,” a school of political thought that favors a cap on extreme wealth. Christine unpacks her own ideas about economic justice and democracy, and considers whether the Communist past in Europe should influence American political ideas for the future.

For paid subscribers, the bonus part of the episode focuses on whether the United States or Europe has the better economic system, and whether European dreams of a “green” economy can survive competition with China.

Required Reading:

* Free: Coming of Age at the End of History by Lea Ypi.

* The full story behind Joyce Carol Oates’ infamous tweet.

* Damir’s Monday Note about Lea Ypi’s book.

* Limitarianism by Ingrid Robeyns

* “What Would Society Look Like if Extreme Wealth Were Impossible?” by Christine Emba (The Atlantic)

* “The Price of Peace is Stagnation” by Janan Ganesh (The Financial Times)

This post is part of our collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Governance and Markets.

  continue reading

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