Saturday on This is Hell!
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9:10 - Historian Alan Taylor traces faultlines in the modern US to the limits of the American revolution.
Alan is author of the book American Revolutions: A Continental History, 1750-1804 from W.W. Norton.
10:00 - Valerie Bergeron explores the case of missing and murdered indigenous women across Canada.
Valérie is a public defender working the North of Quebec.
10:35 - Sarah Jumping Eagle reports from the front lines of the No Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
Sarah is a pediatrician, and one of the first pipeline resisters arrested in August.
11:05 - Sociologist Peter Ikeler discusses the politics of work and resistance in 21st century retail chains.
Peter is author of Hard Sell: Work and Resistance in Retail Chains from ILR Press.
12:05 - Attorney Thomas Durkin examines the national security secrecy creeping into the judiciary system.
Thomas wrote "Permanent States of Exception: A Two-Tiered System of Criminal Justice Courtesy of the Double Government Wars on Crime, Drugs, & Terror" in Valparaiso University Law Review.
12:40 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen compares the One Percent Doctrine and the Skittles Analogy.
Not sure if he means the Ron Suskind book, or just a general doctrine of the One Percent. Probably the later. Understand the Skittles thing though.