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10.11- War and Peace
This week, it's nothing less than The Divine Savior vs. The Antichrist
10.10- The Russian Empire
Peter the Great and Catherine the Great made the Russian Empire great.
10.9- The Third Rome
Two Romes have fallen. The third stands. And there will be no fourth. No one shall replace your Christian Tsardom!
10.8- The Red And The Black
In 1872, the First International fractured into rival camps led by Marx and Bakunin. 
10.7- Paris Commune Revisited
Wherein we revisit the Paris Commune.  
10.6- True Liberty, True Equality, and True Fraternity
All Mikhail Bakunin wanted was a world without bosses.  Sponsor:
10.5- The Adventures of Mikhail Bakunin
Mikhail Bakunin circumnavigated the globe and came back convinced that coercive authority was the pits.  Direct Link: 10.5- The Adventures of Mikhail Bakunin Sponsor:
10.4- Historical Materialism
The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles? Come see us: Intelligent Speech Conference
10.3- The Three Pillars of Marxism.
According to Lenin, Karl Marx was, "the genius who continued and consummated the three main ideological currents of the 19th century, as represented by the three most advanced countries of mankind: classical German philosophy, classical English political economy, and French socialism combined with French revolutionary doctrines in general.” Come see us in NY: Intelligent Speech Conference. 
10.2- The Adventures of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels dreamed of revolution. But what happens when the revolution comes and then goes? Sponsor: Recommendation: The Once and Future King
10.1- The International Working Men's Association
In 1864, a group of working men formed an international association called The International Working Men's Association. 
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9.27- The Institutional Revolution
The winds have now swept Mexico. To what end? I'll be in Copenhagen: CPH:DOX March 26
9.26- The Last Caudillo
It's time to bring the Mexican Revolution to a close Sponsor:
9.25- Loyalty and Betrayal
In 1918 and 1919, it was hard to tell whether the Mexican Revolution was heating up or cooling down.  Sponsor:
9.24- Swinging From A Tree
In 1917, Villa said he would fight on until Carranza was swinging from a tree.  Sponsor:
9.23- The Constitution of 1917
In 1917 Mexico got a new constitution.  sponsor: 
9.22- The Punitive Expedition
In March 1916, the United States invaded Mexico. Again.  Dome and Bedlam: Ep. 27 Mike Duncan Unscripted Baseball Content Sponsor Link:
9.21- Death To The Gringos
In November, 1915 Pancho Villa declared death to the gringos.  Sponsor link:
9.20- The Guns of Veracruz
Wherein Pancho Villa is infected with a fatal case of hubris.  Sponsor:
9.19- The Conventionists
In October 1914 the Aguascalientes Convention met to decide the future of Mexico.  Sponsor: Care/Of  
9.18- The Fall of Huerta
In the summer of 1914, the armies of Obregón, Villa, and Zapata drove Huerta into exile. 
9.17- The Occupation of Veracruz
In April 1914 the United States invaded Mexico.  Get 30% off The Storm Before the Storm: Use 30ROME at Checkout Sponsor Link:  
9.16- The Legend of Pancho Villa
Was Pancho Villa an Avenging Angel, Robin Hood, or King of the Bandits? Yes.
9.15- The Constitutionalists
Let us begin Phase II of the Mexican Revolution... Sponsor:
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Sep 15th, 2013
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Aug 5th, 2019
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