Politics in Question Podcast

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Podcast: How much conflict is too much conflict in politics?
James Wallner

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In this episode of Politics In Question, Amanda Ripley joins Julia, Lee, and James to discuss political conflict. Ripley is an investigative journalist and New York…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: What is affective polarization?
James Wallner

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In this episode of Politics In Question, Noam Gidron joins Julia and Lee to discuss political polarization. Gidron is an assistant professor at the Department of Political…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: Should lawmakers be afraid of taking votes?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Tony Madonna joins Julia and James to discuss voting in Congress. Madonna is an Associate Professor in the…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: Should House Republicans fire Liz Cheney?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Julia, Lee, and James discuss Liz Cheney and whether House Republicans should remove her from their leadership…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: Is American democracy backsliding?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Jake Grumbach, joins Julia, Lee, and James to discuss democratic backsliding in the United States. Grumbach is is an…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: Can Biden transform American politics?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Julia, Lee, and James discuss President Joe Biden’s performance during his first 100 days in office. Is…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: What does presidential rhetoric say about the state of American politics?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Mary Stuckey joins Julia and Lee to discuss presidential rhetoric. Stuckey is Sparks Professor of Communication…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: Why can’t Congress do its job?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Kevin Kosar joins Lee and James to consider why Congress can’t do its job. Kosar is a resident scholar at the…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: What are the prospects for elections reform at the federal level?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Sara Sadhwani joins Julia and Lee to discuss elections reform. Sadhwani is an assistant professor of politics at…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: How do independent voters impact American politics?
James Wallner

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In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Yanna Krupnikov joins Julia, Lee, and James to discuss independent voters and the impact they have on American…

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