Ted Rall was on MSNBC's DYLAN RATIGAN SHOW yesterday. Below is the full clip of his appearance. He talks about his book THE ANTI-AMERICAN MANIFESTO, citing that this is a time for revolution in America
Frances Martle, writing for Mediaite, reflects on Rall's appearance (and on Ratigan's agreement with Rall that revoltion is the answer to America's woes):
The rest of her piece is here.
"Quoting John Locke, Rall argues that 'the people have an obligation to revolt,' and that 'nothing will radicalize the American citizen more than being thrown out of their home by a bank.' Citing frustration with both parties, who he called 'in bed with the duopoly,' Rall also noted that 'the American left has been very peaceful since the early ’70s… and where has it gotten us?'"