Episode 533: The ‘Technocratic” Movement Explained w/ James Corbett

by | Feb 3, 2021

Episode 533: The ‘Technocratic” Movement Explained w/ James Corbett

by | Feb 3, 2021

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Pete invited documentarian, researcher and commentator, James Corbett, to return to the show. James is going to give a primer on the historic “Technocratic” movement which started during the Progressive Era. He then tells Pete his big takeaway from the WallStreetBets incident.

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