When we think of political revolutions, how do we envision them? Who do we imagine in the street calling for change? Recent events in the Middle East are not just fundamentally changing that region, but also how we anwer those questions.
  Gretta Vosper is a progressive United Church pastor, who believes the way we live is more important than what we believe. She believes this so much she wrote a book about it.
  What if the financial sector was a democratic space. Would we have had the sort of melt down that occurred in 2008?
Joining five others, four parts of the Beams team will soon begin a year long study of Karl Marx's Das Kapital, following along to the free online lectures of David Harvey. Apparently we're not the only ones returning to Marx, as a general rebirth of interest in his work is globally underway. Here's a bunch of Marx resources, including the trailer for the new documentary Marx Reloaded.
Our final segment with Darrin, looking at moving "from the hole inside, to feeling holy inside".
It turns out that pirates, despite rumours to the contrary, were in fact anarchists. I know this because I was informed of this by a group of scholars, known colloquially as Piratologists. 
Gabor Mate is a doctor and best-selling author. His totems are Gautama Buddha, Yeshua (aka Jesus), Karl Marx, Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud. Beethoven's in there too.
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