Sean McCarthy on How the Left Can Find its Relevance Again
July 16, 2021
In this clip from Sasha and Nesim’s interview with Sean McCarthy, Sean explains what he thinks the left needs to focus on in order to regain its relevance and make real change.

This clip is taken from a full interview, which can be viewed here.

Check out Sean’s podcast, Grubstakers: https://www.grubstakers.net/

Follow Sean on twitter at https://twitter.com/SeanMcCarthyCom

The Underground is a weekly show about political and cultural events and issues. Co-hosts Sasha White and Nesim Vatani cover the topics from an alternative perspective, critical of identitarianism and groupthink.

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