Jessa Crispin & Mark Blyth

The Economics of Anger, with Mark Blyth

18 Jan 2021 • 41 min • EN


Americans have very good reasons to be angry. Hundreds of thousands of us are dead from the pandemic, stimulus checks are nowhere to be seen, our government serves the very rich and few else. So why are we upset about fictions like child slavery and blood drinking Satanists? Mark Blyth is one of the authors of Angrynomics, and he speaks with Jessa about moral outrage, the failures of representation, and whether Biden is as progressive as FDR. Support  this podcast:

From "Public Intellectual"