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Issue 233

Each month, Indy Audio offers nearly the entire issue of the latest Indypendent in audio form.

This month, Lydia McMullan-Laird reports on the swindle-prone bail bond industry; Nathan Schneider discusses how automation could lead to a universal basic income; The Indy’s Steven Wishnia details his experiences driving a cab in 1980s New York; Brady O’Callahan reviews the latest release from Austrailian #MeToo punks, Camp Cope; and Michael Hirsch looks at a new film about Karl Marx’s wild years.

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Photo (top): Indy contributor Lydia McMullan-Laird reads her piece on the bail bond reform movement for Indy Audio. Credit: Elia Gran.