Friday A/V Club: A prank from the final days of the Soviet Union
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Sanders no longer favors government takeover of "the major means of production." But his four-decade quest for political revolution continues.
The HBO series is a powerful portrait of the political and social rot that occurs in authoritarian regimes.
A miniseries about the deadly nuclear disaster that marked the doom of the Soviet Union
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One of the best, most-political and most-personal TV shows ever just ended. What did it all mean?
A state senator wants to crack down on "economic crimes" in the state's underground economy.
Exclusive Q&A with show creator Joe Weisberg and executive producer Joel Fields.
Executive Producers Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields discuss their critically acclaimed show, ideology, and how technology is ushering in the golden era of television.