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Us and the US ft. History Impossible

Greetings, Comrades! As I mentioned in the last episode, here's a discussion with our friend Alexander von Sternberg from the glorious History Impossible podcast (link: https://www.historyimpossible.com/ ) about my experiences in the United States and some interesting philosophical tidbits (which tie into the war) that caught my eye in the global context. Enjoy!

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