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The University of Chicago Institute of Politics is a nonpartisan, extracurricular program designed to nurture in young people a passion for politics and public service. Three sections form the core of the Institute: a Student Internship & Civic Engagement program, a Fellows Series bringing operatives, policy-makers, journalists and others to campus every academic quarter, and a Speaker Series featuring lectures and panel discussions on politics, media, and public policy. Here is a collection of podcasts of our Speaker Series events.

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The University of Chicago Institute of Politics is a nonpartisan, extracurricular program designed to nurture in young people a passion for politics and public service. Three sections form the core of the Institute: a Student Internship & Civic Engagement program, a Fellows Series bringing operatives, policy-makers, journalists and others to campus every academic quarter, and a Speaker Series featuring lectures and panel discussions on politics, media, and public policy. Here is a collection of podcasts of our Speaker Series events.

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    Power Forward: From the Basketball Court to the White House with Reggie Love

    Power Forward: From the Basketball Court to the White House with Reggie Love

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    Reggie Love is a unique witness to history, whose introduction to Washington was working in Junior Senator Barack Obama’s mailroom. As “body man” to Obama during his first presidential campaign, Love’s job was to stay one step behind the candidate, but think and act three steps ahead during a typical eighteen-hour workday. As President Obama’s personal aide during that momentous first term, Love sat yards from the Oval Office and often spent more time with the President than anyone else. While his experiences were unique, the lessons he learned during his tenure with the President are universal. Persistence. Responsibility. Passion for a cause greater than yourself. In short, maturity.

    Reggie Love shared the lessons he has learned from serving the President and as captain of Duke’s basketball team with the Institute of Politics for this event. IOP Spring Quarter 2015 Fellow and ESPN columnist LZ Granderson led the discussion.

    • 1 hrs 15분
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    Bill Kristol and E.J. Dionne Debate: The Role of Government in the 21st Century

    Bill Kristol and E.J. Dionne Debate: The Role of Government in the 21st Century

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    Policymakers, academics, and thought leaders often sharply disagree on the proper role of government in society. From energy and the environment to education and economic mobility, President Obama and Congressional Republicans also have fundamentally different views about the role government should play in addressing key issues. So, what is the right size and scope of government in our daily lives? And how much government do we truly need? Should the federal government play a leading role in tackling our most pressing public policy issues, or would a smaller, more limited government better serve the American people and their interests? The Institute of Politics hosted an Oxford-style debate on the appropriate role of government in affecting political, social, and cultural change featuring Washington Post columnist and 2015 IOP Winter Quarter Visiting Fellow E.J. Dionne and Editor of The Weekly Standard and IOP Advisory Board Member Bill Kristol.

    • 1 hrs 13분
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    Believer: My Forty Years in Politics with David Axelrod

    Believer: My Forty Years in Politics with David Axelrod

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    David Axelrod has spent his entire life in politics, and is credited as the man who catapulted Barack Obama to the national stage. From his early beginnings investigating city corruption in Chicago to his pivotal role as a senior advisor to the president during one of the most tumultuous periods in American history, Axelrod has certainly had a long and storied career in the public sphere. David Axelrod reflected on his four decades in the political arena during his event with the Institute of Politics. In offering a glimpse behind the closed doors of politics, he discussed the turmoil and progress of his impressive career, and also reflected on the importance of young people getting involved in politics. This event was co-sponsored by the International House Global Voices Program.

    • 1 hrs 19분
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    The New News

    The New News

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    The American newsroom is quickly evolving, changing the way people get information on the major events and issues in world around them. Gone are the days when viewers had to huddle in front of the TV to watch the evening broadcast. With the sophistication of disrupters like BuzzFeed, Gawker and VICE, and the coming of age of millennials, today’s news is often provided via high-velocity headlines on easy to use online platforms. But how do these modern news media players impact journalism as a whole? Are these popular news sites overly sensationalist, or simply making journalism more accessible to the masses? Do they have an agenda? Can they match traditional news outlets in depth, substance, and accuracy? And, does the mixing of hard news with lighter fare dilute their product or strengthen it?

    • 1 hrs 12분
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    SCOTUS Justice Elena Kagan in Conversation with David Axelrod

    SCOTUS Justice Elena Kagan in Conversation with David Axelrod

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    Institute of Politics hosted a rare, one-on-one conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan. The former University of Chicago Law School professor returned to campus for a wide-ranging discussion with IOP Director David Axelrod. They explored Kagan’s legal life and biography, as well as the inner-workings of the Supreme Court.

    • 1 hrs 15분
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    The Impact of Race and Culture at the Voting Booth

    The Impact of Race and Culture at the Voting Booth

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    According to demographers the United States will have no racial majority by the year 2050, if not sooner. At the voting booth we already see the impact of a new, multi-cultural generation of Americans entering the political sphere with racial minorities accounting for a greater share of the vote in each presidential election over the past two decades. With profound impact on who’s elected at all levels of government and the public policy issues at play, both Democrats and Republicans are trying to determine how best to appeal to this growing share of new political participants. Join the IOP to discuss America’s changing racial and cultural identity with a panel of leading experts in demography and electoral politics.

    • 1 hrs 9분

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