This episode was surprisingly not bad for a prime time US TV show in the early 90s. (And the communist was unfortunately a trot).
Elaine showed her true colors when she named names and got him banned from the chinese restaurant.
I recently watched the documentary *The revolution will not be televised*, on the coup attempt again Chavez. They do a few interviews with him, and get into his childhood and life a little, but not too deeply.
Does anyone know of any good books / other resources to learn about his life?
Going along with the theme of [this thread yesterday](https://lemmygrad.ml/post/475170), the admin team here has decided to remove these two communities.
Not only are people getting tired of seeing cringe / reactionary content fill up lemmygrad, but it doesn't create a very welcoming atmosphere for new people, or those wanting to sign up, to see a bunch of reactionary content / hate speech directed at you.
We don't want to host that content, or make other people see it.
We'll evaluate these cringe-type / reactionary-content communities on a case-by-case basis, to decide if they should stay or not. Feel free to comment any below that you think should probably be removed.
Stay vigilant comrades, and if you see too much reactionary content being posted to lemmygrad, report it and we'll get to it as soon as we can.
I recently read Roland Boer's - *socialism with chinese characteristics* , and apparently many prominent Chinese Marxist theoreticians in the CPC know about western idpol, and have critiques of it.
Does anyone know where I can read these?