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Sep 26 2022:When should the states decide?
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Sep 19 2022:Chris Beem on the seven democratic virtues
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Sep 12 2022:Rural broadband and the politics of "good enough"
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Sep 5 2022:A deep dive into the administrative state
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Aug 29 2022:Reflecting on the January 6 hearings and what's happened since
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Aug 1 2022:A new approach to breaking our media silos
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Jul 18 2022:Laboratories against democracy [rebroadcast]
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Jun 20 2022:How positive and negative freedoms shape democracy
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Jun 13 2022:Introducing: When the People Decide
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Jun 6 2022:Democracy's summer blockbusters
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May 30 2022:Can American democracy have nice things?
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May 23 2022:Baby Boomers and American gerontocracy
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May 16 2022:No Jargon: How white Millennials think about race
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May 9 2022:Book bans are never just about books
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May 2 2022:Debating the future of debates
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Apr 25 2022:What student debt says about democratic institutions
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Apr 18 2022:Combating disinformation at home and abroad
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Apr 11 2022:Jon Meacham on creating a more perfect union
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Apr 4 2022:The roots of radical partisanship
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Mar 28 2022:How democracies can win the war on reality [rebroadcast]
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Mar 21 2022:Ro Khanna on dignity and democracy
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Mar 14 2022:Russia and Ukraine: How we got here
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Mar 7 2022:Defending democracy at home and abroad
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Feb 28 2022:What academic freedom really means in a democracy
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Feb 21 2022:Tracing the rise of illiberalism
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Feb 14 2022:Moving beyond news deserts and misinformation
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Feb 7 2022:How national parties are breaking state politics
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Jan 31 2022:Can the courts save civics education?
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Jan 24 2022:When religion and democracy collide
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Jan 17 2022:Sore losers are bad for democracy
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Dec 20 2021:On democracy's doomsayers
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Dec 13 2021:What does it take to sustain democracy?
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Dec 6 2021:Fannie Lou Hamer's fight continues today
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Nov 29 2021:Andrew Yang and Charlie Dent on the future of America's political parties
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Nov 22 2021:The soul of democracy
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Nov 15 2021:Jonathan Haidt on democracy's moral foundations [rebroadcast]
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Nov 8 2021:Why social media is so polarizing — and what we can do about it
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Nov 1 2021:What makes a campaign deplorable?
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Oct 25 2021:Fighting for democracy in the GOP
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Oct 18 2021:Tom Nichols on democracy's worst enemy
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Oct 11 2021:Independent commissions alone can't create fair maps
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Oct 4 2021:Voter suppression doesn't repeat, but it rhymes
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Sep 27 2021:A love letter to democratic institutions
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Sep 20 2021:How Amazon is disrupting democracy
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Sep 13 2021:Abortion is not always a clash of absolutes
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Sep 6 2021:Millennials' slow climb to political power
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Aug 30 2021:A summer of the individual vs. the common good
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Aug 23 2021:Extreme maps, extreme politics [reboradcast]
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Aug 16 2021:Jan-Werner Müller on democracy's rules
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Aug 9 2021:Does Congress promote partisan gridlock? [rebroadcast]
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Aug 2 2021:Pete Davis is dedicated to the hard work of democracy
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Jul 26 2021:Masha Gessen on the Moscow duel
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Jul 19 2021:Walter Shaub on transparency, ethics, and democracy
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Jul 12 2021:A different take on local news and democracy
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Jul 5 2021:How to end democracy's doom loop [rebroadcast]
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Jun 28 2021:Democracy as a way of life
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Jun 21 2021:Your guide to ranked-choice voting [rebroadcast]
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Jun 14 2021:Is it possible to overdo democracy? [rebroadcast]
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Jun 7 2021:Looking back to move forward
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May 31 2021:The people vs. the bureaucrats in Flint
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May 24 2021:There is no "I" in democracy
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May 17 2021:How democracies can win the war on reality
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May 10 2021:Conspiracism finds a home on the intellectual right
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May 3 2021:The Federalist Society's ideas have consequences for democracy
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Apr 26 2021:Colored Conventions show us where democracy really happens
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Apr 19 2021:Can pranksters save democracy?
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Apr 12 2021:Public schools, not government schools
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Apr 5 2021:Reforming criminal justice from the inside out
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Mar 29 2021:Laboratories of restricting democracy
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Mar 22 2021:Danielle Allen on achieving democracy's ideals
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Mar 15 2021:Reimagining citizenship in a consumer world
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Mar 8 2021:Understanding — and addressing — domestic terrorism
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Mar 1 2021:Anne Applebaum on why democracy is not inevitable
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Feb 22 2021:The long road to a multiracial democracy
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Feb 15 2021:A path forward for social media and democracy
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Feb 8 2021:Will Alexei Navalny make Russia more democratic?
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Feb 1 2021:Direct democracy's dark side
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Jan 25 2021:Check out our partners in The Democracy Group
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Jan 18 2021:Extreme maps, extreme politics
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Jan 11 2021:American democracy's violent disruption
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Jan 4 2021:What neoliberalism left behind [rebroadcast]
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Dec 28 2020:How conspiracies are damaging democracy [rebroadcast]
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Dec 21 2020:Did democracy work in 2020?
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Dec 14 2020:The people want pot
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Dec 7 2020:What really motivates Trump supporters
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Nov 30 2020:The myth of the "Latino vote"
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Nov 23 2020:Can corporations be democratic citizens?
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Nov 16 2020:Is common ground hiding in plain sight?
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Nov 9 2020:When four threats to democracy collide
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Nov 2 2020:Wynton Marsalis on democracy as jazz and The Ever Fonky Lowdown
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Oct 26 2020:News deserts are democracy deserts, too
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Oct 19 2020:The Supreme Court's politics and power
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Oct 12 2020:The perfect storm for election disaster
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Oct 5 2020:The 2020 election from WPSU's Take Note
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Sep 28 2020:Hong Kong's fight is everyone's fight
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Sep 21 2020:Sheriffs 101
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Sep 14 2020:Students learn, students vote
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Sep 7 2020:A dark side to "laboratories of democracy"
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Aug 31 2020:A fall preview — with a new cohost!
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Aug 24 2020:YIMBYs and NIMBYs in a democracy
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Aug 17 2020:After 100 years, there's still no "woman voter"
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Aug 10 2020:She Votes! — Susan B. Anthony and "voting while female"
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Aug 3 2020:Reason in politics and hope for democracy
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Jul 27 2020:The people who choose the President
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Jul 20 2020:Broken Ground: Robert Bullard on environmental justice
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Jul 13 2020:The world's most punitive democracy [revisited]
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Jul 6 2020:Suspect citizens in a democracy [revisited]
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Jun 29 2020:The second annual Democracy Works listener mailbag
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Jun 22 2020:How to end democracy’s doom loop
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Jun 15 2020:The clumsy journey to antiracism
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Jun 8 2020:Civil rights, civil unrest
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Jun 3 2020:Aaron Maybin on doing the hard work of democracy [rebroadcast]
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Jun 1 2020:Free speech from the Founding Fathers to Twitter
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May 29 2020:Bonus: Mayors and bipartisanship during COVID-19
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May 25 2020:The people vs. the experts — and those caught in the middle
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May 18 2020:China’s role in the COVID-19 infodemic
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May 11 2020:A roadmap to a more equitable democracy
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May 4 2020:Trust, facts, and democracy in a polarized world
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May 1 2020:Bonus: Civic engagement, social distancing, and democracy reform
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Apr 27 2020:Give me liberty or give me COVID-19?
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Apr 24 2020:Bonus: COVID-19 and Democracy with The Democracy Group
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Apr 20 2020:Federalism in uncertain times
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Apr 13 2020:Will COVID-19 create a one-issue campaign?
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Apr 6 2020:Public health depends on the Census
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Mar 30 2020:Free and fair elections during a pandemic
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Mar 23 2020:COVID-19 exposes democracy’s tensions
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Mar 16 2020:Populism is not a monolith
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Mar 9 2020:Swamp Stories: Cashing In
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Mar 2 2020:The promise and peril of early voting
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Feb 24 2020:Breaking down Black politics
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Feb 17 2020:Does Congress promote partisan gridlock?
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Feb 10 2020:How states are working to keep your vote safe
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Feb 3 2020:Primaries, parties, and the public
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Jan 27 2020:The connective tissue of democracy
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Jan 20 2020:How the Tea Party and the Resistance are upending politics
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Jan 13 2020:A 2020 preview
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Jan 6 2020:Grassroots organizing to “reboot” democracy [rebroadcast]
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Dec 30 2019:E.J. Dionne on making America empathetic again [rebroadcast]
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Dec 23 2019:Is it possible to overdo democracy?
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Dec 16 2019:Chris Beem on democratic humility and virtues
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Dec 9 2019:Next-generation democracy
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Dec 2 2019:The democracy rebellion happening in states across the U.S.
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Nov 25 2019:A roundtable on impeachment, institutions, and legitimacy
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Nov 18 2019:Your guide to ranked-choice voting
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Nov 11 2019:Latino immigrants and the changing makeup of American democracy
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Nov 4 2019:Inside the world’s largest democracy
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Oct 28 2019:Changing the climate conversation
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Oct 21 2019:From political crisis to profound change
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Oct 14 2019:Andrew Sullivan on democracy’s double-edged sword
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Oct 7 2019:The case for open primaries
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Sep 30 2019:Understanding impeachment — from the Federalist Papers to the whistleblower
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Sep 23 2019:Street-level bureaucrats at the border
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Sep 20 2019:Out of Order: A conversation with Mitch Landrieu and Margaret Carlson
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Sep 16 2019:China’s threat to democracies around the world
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Sep 9 2019:One state’s fight for fair maps
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Sep 2 2019:How music transcends political polarization
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Sep 1 2019:Doing the hard work of democracy in Baltimore
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Sep 1 2019:How conspiracies are damaging democracy
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Aug 12 2019:Defending the First Amendment and the Fourth Estate
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Aug 5 2019:Standing up for science and fighting the climate wars [rebroadcast]
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Jul 29 2019:Tracing the past, present, and future of protests
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Jul 22 2019:A conversation about conversation [rebroadcast]
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Jul 15 2019:Politics and Polls: Blue state federalism
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Jul 15 2019:The Pledge: Are you scared of the cafeteria lady?
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Jul 8 2019:How Democracies Die author Daniel Ziblatt on the “grinding work” of democracy [rebroadcast]
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