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    Laws and Rights After Roe

    Laws and Rights After Roe

    The Atlantic's Executive Editor Adrienne LaFrance discusses a post-Roe America with two contributing writers. Legal historian Mary Ziegler and constitutional law scholar David French answer questions about what happens now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned. How will abortion bans be enforced? What will come of the legal and legislative battle moving to the states? And what other rights could the Court revoke?
    This conversation was recorded as part of an Atlantic live event. Learn more about live events and sign up to join at theatlantic.com/newsletters.
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    • 28 min
    The Future of Roe

    The Future of Roe

    This week, Politico published a leaked draft opinion, written by Justice Samuel Alito, in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. Claudine Ebeid, Executive Producer of podcasts at The Atlantic, discusses the reactions of three Atlantic contributors.
    Molly Jong-Fast’s most recent article is “My Mother Was Wrong About Roe v. Wade.” She also writes the newsletter Wait, What?
    Mary Ziegler’s is “The Conservatives Aren’t Just Ending Roe, They’re Delighting In It” and she has a forthcoming book Dollars for Life: The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Fall of the Republican Establishment.
    David French’s most recent article is “What Alito’s Opinion Got Right,” he writes the newsletter The Third Rail.
    This episode of Radio Atlantic was produced by Claudine Ebeid, A.C. Valdez, and Kevin Townsend, thanks as well to executive editor Adrienne LaFrance. We used tape from C-SPAN, Igor Volsky, Willy Lowry, WSB-TV, and BBC.
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    Barack Obama on Disinformation and The Future of Democracy

    Barack Obama on Disinformation and The Future of Democracy

    Disinformation is the story of our age. We see it used as a tactic of war and to further embolden autocrats.. The very tools that once helped pro-democracy movements are now being used to disseminate falsehoods—misleading the public and threatening the strength of democracies around the globe. 
    Former President Barack Obama and editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg talk about disinformation—how to define it, how to combat it, why it threatens democratic stability around the world, and how future generations can uphold truth.
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    Russia's War

    Russia's War

    After years of threats, Russian forces invaded Ukraine—culminating in the largest attack against one European state by another since the Second World War. Global leaders, including U.S. President Joe Biden, widely condemned Russia’s actions and announced unprecedented sanctions aimed at a number of the country’s financial institutions and the Russian elite. What happens now?
    Join staff writer Anne Applebaum and contributing writer Tom Nichols in conversation with editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg as they examine the global reaction to Russia’s military campaign, the effectiveness of sanctions, and how the free world should address the rise of authoritarianism and ongoing threats to democracy.
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    Presenting: The Review, a new podcast from The Atlantic

    Presenting: The Review, a new podcast from The Atlantic

    On The Review, The Atlantic's writers and guests discuss how we entertain ourselves and how that shapes the way we understand the world. Subscribe and enjoy!
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    How to Build a Happy Life: A new podcast from The Atlantic

    How to Build a Happy Life: A new podcast from The Atlantic

    Hello Ticket listeners. We'd like to introduce you to a new show, How to Build a Happy Life.
    In this series, host Arthur Brooks digs into research and offers tools to help you live more joyfully. Join us for deep conversations with psychologists, experts, and friends of The Atlantic's Chief Happiness Correspondent. For more info, visit www.theatlantic.com/happy, or search for How to Build a Happy Life on your podcast app.
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shallowest interview yet

A bit of cozy reputation laundering for Ms Spanberger. Still don’t know what she’s for, except platitudes about pragmatism. Isaac chimes in here and there to mention how cool it is to be in the CIA.

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The haters have to hate. trump’s cult loves to repeat his myriad lies and projections as they’re brainwashed and manipulated by state TV and propagandizing sources like Breitbart, RT, Oan and FOX amongst others. They are largely opinion sources now by agitators, shock jocks and propagandists propped up by the ultra donor wealthy class to keep us all fighting while they decimate our wealth in the middle and lower classes. This is age old news of four decades now yet trump and the GOP still manage to convince the “poorly educated,” the uninformed, the non critical thinkers and the bigots that they have their backs. They get screwed too but don’t see it due to the above. Sad we are where we are with so much disinformation out there; mostly coming from the now radical, Fascist right. No thanks. Vote Democratic and save our constitutional republic and democracy.

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