BB19: Living in the Google Archipelago with Michael Rectenwald

  
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Living in the Google Archipelago with Michael Rectenwald

Former Marxist scholar Michael Rectenwald joins me today to talk about his work on the surveillance state. We also touch on his fiction, Freedom Cells, Urban Agorism, and whether we should flee to the country or stay and fight.

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