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March 18th, 2016

The Ballpark podcast Episode 2: This is not a hot take

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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March 18th, 2016

The Ballpark podcast Episode 2: This is not a hot take

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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BALLPARK_SocMedBox-TranspIn this week’s episode of The Ballpark, hosts Denise Baron, Sophie Donszelmann, and Chris Gilson dive into the current state of American politics, but instead of giving you a “hot take,” present you with a historical perspective from 1920 and a political theory on polarisation.

This episode features interviews with Mona Morgan-Collins of the LSE’s Government Department, and Professor James Snyder of Harvard University.

Listen on to Episode 2 on Soundcloud

 

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There are lots of ways to catch-up with upcoming episodes of The Ballpark podcast: visit the website, or visit our SoundCloud page, subscribe on iTunes or iTunesU, or add this RSS feed to your podcast app.

We’d love to hear what you think – you can send us a message on Twitter @LSE_Ballpark, or email us at uscentre@lse.ac.uk.

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HEIF-5-logo-full-sizeThe Ballpark was produced with help from the LSE’S HEIF5 fund and the US Embassy in the UK.  Our theme tune is by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers”, a Seattle based gypsy jazz band.


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If you would like to learn more about the topics discussed, here’s a list of websites and materials mentioned in the podcast.

Note:  This podcast gives the views of the interviews and co-hosts, and is not the position of USAPP – American Politics and Policy, the LSE US Centre, nor the London School of Economics.

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