Bhaskar Sunkara on Biden in 2024, plus Josh Gondelman on the Writers Strike

Bhaskar Sunkara on Biden in 2024, plus Josh Gondelman on the Writers Strike

On this episode of the Start Making Sense podcast. concerns about the Democratic candidate, and picket lines outside Hollywood studios.

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Progressives and Biden: what is to be done—about the 2024 election? Bhaskar Sunkara, president of The Nation, comments.

Also: 11,500 members of the Writers Union are on strike against the film, TV and streaming companies, with picket lines up in L.A. and New York. Both sides of the fight have prepared for a months-long conflict. Award-winning TV writer Josh Gondelman is on the show to explain the issues.

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