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Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired January 18th, 2018, this episode features a reading of "The end of the Gilded Age: Discontents of the Second Industrial Revolution Today" by its author, Chris Cutrone, followed by a discussion with the hosts, Erin Hagood and Stephanie Gomez.

The article can be found here: https://platypus1917.org/2017/12/02/end-gilded-age-discontents-second-industrial-revolution-today/

Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired November 16th, 2017, this episode features an interview with Brendan O'Neill of Spiked Online conducted by Chris Mansour of the Platypus Affiliated Society.

An edited transcript of the interview, Back to Enlightenment Values: An interview with Brendan O'Neill, was published in issue #103 of the Platypus Review.

Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired November 9th, 2017, this episode features an interview with Jack Ross conducted by your hosts, Erin Hagood, Stephanie Gomez and special guest host Neil Hare. 

Jack Ross is an independent historian and researcher, author of The Socialist Party of America: A Complete History.

Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired Novemer 2nd, 2017, this episode featured a live interview with Chaz Lee and Daniela Palmer of the University of Chicago Graduate Students United. After the interview, a presentation of "The Millennial Left is Dead" by the author, Chris Cutrone, was aired. The article can be found at: platypus1917.org/2017/10/01/millennial-left-dead/

Radical Minds is a show that airs every Thursday at 2 PM on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago. Aired October 19th, 2017, this episode features excerpts of an interview conducted by Efraim Carlebach and Sophia Freeman of the Platypus Affiliated Society with Ian Birchall.

Ian Birchall is a British Marxist historian and translator, a former member of the Socialist Workers Party and author of numerous articles and books, particularly relating to the French Left. Formerly Senior Lecturer in French at Middlesex University, his research interests include the Comintern, the International Working Class, Communism and Trotskyism, France and Syndicalism, Babeuf, Sartre, Victor Serge and Alfred Rosmer. He is on the editorial board of Revolutionary History, a member of the London Socialist Historians Group and has completed a biography of Tony Cliff.