In this episode cohosts Isaac and Cory, go into the historical development of liberalism and socialism, attempt to explain how each is a product of its respective historical and material circumstances, and how they are, in fact, distinct ideologies. They also included the sources some suggested reading if you want to go further. Listen on Soundcloud here, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher
- Revolutions podcast, by Mike Duncan
- Episode 1.12b- Supplemental The Diggers, by Mike Duncan
- Episodes 3.1-3.54 on the French Revolution, by Mike Duncan
- Episodes 8.1-8.33 on the 1848 Revolutions, by Mike Duncan
- Episode 10.3 - The Three Pillars of Marxism (as an alternative to the essay by Lenin)
- Liberalism at Large: The World According to The Economist, by Alexander Zevin
- The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, Karl Marx
- ‘“Neoliberalism” isn’t an empty epithet. It’s a real, powerful set of ideas.’ Mike Konczal, writing for Vox.
- The Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
- The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism, by V.I. Lenin
- Behind the Bastards podcast, The Non-Nazi Bastards Who Helped Hitler Rise to Power, by Robert Evans.
- The Romance of American Communism, by Vivian Gornick.
- Philosophize This! podcast, by Steven West
- Episode 132: Carl Schmitt on Liberalism, pt. 1
- Episode 133: Carl Schmitt on Liberalism, pt. 2
- Liberalism: A Counter-History by Domenico Losurdo
- Socialism: Utopian and Scientific by Friedrich Engels
- The Principle of Self-Emancipation in Marx and Engels by Hal Draper
- Marxism and Politics by Ralph Miliband
- Mind and Politics: An Approach to the Meaning of Liberal and Socialist Individualism by Ellen Meiksins Wood
- A People’s Guide to Capitalism: An Introduction to Marxist Economics by Hadas Thier
- Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in America by Barbara and Karen Fields