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July 4th, 2018

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.1 Textbooks in Texas and Cars in California

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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July 4th, 2018

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.1 Textbooks in Texas and Cars in California

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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This season, we’re taking a look at how the states influence and shape America’s politics and policy. The stories, the elections, the policies, the political ecosystems, the people of these places are what drives the national narrative. And so, this season, “The State of the States” will take us to some of the most interesting and divided places in the United States.

This episode features Chris Bonneau (@Bonneau_Says) and Kris Kanthak (@kramtrak), both associate professors of political science at the University of Pittsburgh and co-editors of State Politics and Policy Quarterly.

Listen to Episode 3.1 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._

The Ballpark was produced with help of the LSE’s Annual Fund.  Our theme tune is by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers”, a Seattle based gypsy jazz band.


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Featured image: “Pushpins in a map over the U.S.A.” by Marc Levin is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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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