Episode

10/24 Peter Frase: Delusions of the Tech Bro Intelligentsia

October 24, 2013

Jacobin contributing Editor and  writer Peter Frase, explains the politics of “tech bros” in Silicon Valley, what the BART strike showed us about the ugly side of tech politics, what flexibility really means, why labor unions support innovation, Denmark’s distinct approach to flexible labor markets and why technology plutocrats are a lot like other plutocrats.

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