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Politics in America is transforming. We’re embarking on a new series to deepen our understanding of who we are, how we got here, and how we rebuild without repeating the mistakes of the past. Ron Steslow hosts academics, behavioral economists, social psychologists, politicos, philosophers, anthropologists, journalists, poets, and storytellers—and more—to discuss America’s political present and future and dive into the deeper problems we face as a nation. Email us questions or comments: podcast@politicology.com.

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Politics in America is transforming. We’re embarking on a new series to deepen our understanding of who we are, how we got here, and how we rebuild without repeating the mistakes of the past. Ron Steslow hosts academics, behavioral economists, social psychologists, politicos, philosophers, anthropologists, journalists, poets, and storytellers—and more—to discuss America’s political present and future and dive into the deeper problems we face as a nation. Email us questions or comments: podcast@politicology.com.

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    Worthy of Protection — Part 2

    Worthy of Protection — Part 2

    To unlock subscriber-only content, visit: https://politicology.com/plus

    Géraldine Blanche (Intellectual Property Lawyer and PhD candidate in Intellectual Property Law at the Sciences Po Law School in Paris) joins Ron Steslow to discuss the politics of fashion and intellectual property law

    (01:26) Fashion in Politics 

    (05:36) Iteration, interpretation, and inspiration

    (09:47) The need for time in fashion and democracy

    (14:24) Environmental impact of fashion

    (26:42) The impact of AI on fashion


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    • 1 tim. 6 min
    (NEW) State of the Vote: 48 Days to Go

    (NEW) State of the Vote: 48 Days to Go

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    State of the Vote is back! In our first episode of 2022, Scott Tranter and Kiel Williams from Decision Desk HQ join Ron Steslow to break down the biggest movement in polling and modeling, where it’s happening, in what races, and why.

    Decision Desk HQ are among the most trusted experts in measuring and modeling public opinion and election outcomes. They’re the mathletes behind major outlets like The Economist, Buzzfeed News, VOX Media, Insider, and The New York Times, for election night results and final calls on races. 

    (02:00) The election environment 

    (03:54) The historical trend in midterms

    (05:36) Overview of Senate Elections

    (08:00) Why Ron Jonson has a 90 percent chance of winning his Senate race

    (11:43) What’s moving the needle in Nevada

    (14:00) Why Republicans are gaining ground in the Iowa 3rd congressional district

    You should check out Decision Desk HQ: https://decisiondeskhq.com/

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    • 33 min
    ‘Fund the Police’ — The Weekly Roundup

    ‘Fund the Police’ — The Weekly Roundup

    Lanae Erickson (Senior Vice President for the Social Policy & Politics Program at Third Way) and James Lynch (Senior Director at Purple Strategies) join guest host Lucy Caldwell to unpack some of the most important stories of the week and how they’re shaping the political landscape:

    (02:32) Pending legislation that could impact the midterms

    (22:00) Trump’s QAnon Rally and Glenn Youngin stumping for Kari Lake

    (39:00) Ron DeSantis’s Martha’s Vineyard Stunt and the very real immigration problems underneath

    [Politicology+ Subscribers Only] The January 6th Committee returns next week for their last scheduled public hearing. We’ll break down what we expect to see happen, what the committee needs to demonstrate, and the news that Ginni Thomas has agreed to meet with the committee.  

    Politicology+ is our private, ad-free version of this podcast, where we also publish subscriber-only episodes, strategy, and analysis. To upgrade now, visit politicology.com/plus or subscribe in Apple Podcasts.

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    https://twitter.com/JamesGLynch

    https://twitter.com/LanaeErickson
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    • 1 tim. 15 min
    [+] “October Surprise” [Members Only]

    [+] “October Surprise” [Members Only]

    Lane Erickson, James Lynch, and Lucy Caldwell preview next week’s January 6th Committee hearing and the news that Ginni Thomas will meet with the committe.

    Worthy of Protection — Part 1

    Worthy of Protection — Part 1

    To unlock subscriber-only content, visit: https://politicology.com/plus

    Géraldine Blanche (Intellectual Property Lawyer and PhD candidate in Intellectual Property Law at the Sciences Po Law School in Paris) joins Ron Steslow to discuss the politics of fashion and intellectual property law

    (01:25) History of laws protecting creativity 

    (09:20) What IP lawyers do

    (12:50) What led Géraldine to fashion IP

    (20:50) Fashion as political

    (35:50) How politicians send messages through fashion choices

    (41:41) Fashion as a signifier of political groups


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    • 1 tim. 2 min
    “Broadening The Message” — The Weekly Roundup

    “Broadening The Message” — The Weekly Roundup

    Lucy Caldwell (Walsh 2020 Campaign Manager), Eric Koch (Founder of Downfield Strategies) and Molly McKew (Lead author of GreatPower.US) join host Ron Steslow to unpack some of the most important stories of the week and how they’re shaping the political landscape:

    (02:26) Are we ready for a Ukrainian victory?

    (26:53) The midterms seem to be tightening. Why is it happening and what will it mean? 

    (50:45) The New York Times’ expose on Hasidic schools in New York and the politics that allows these problems to exist 

    [Politicology+ Subscribers Only] In the days following the 2020 election, Donald Trump vowed not to leave the White House. We talk about this new revelation in Maggie Haberman’s new book and whether journalists should be holding on to news stories for their book deals. 

    Politicology+ is our private, ad-free version of this podcast, where we also publish subscriber-only episodes, strategy, and analysis. To upgrade now, visit politicology.com/plus or subscribe in Apple Podcasts.

    Follow this week’s panel on Twitter:

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    • 1 tim. 32 min

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ffxxoo ,

Really valuable insights

Thanks for this really great podcast. Gives me hope for the US. Keep up the good work - I’ll keep listening!

Trixie0408 ,

I love the Lincoln Project!!

Thanks again for another great podcast with Anne Appelbaum! I’m a Canadian citizen living in Sweden, and a ferocious reader of American history! I think that most of the civilised word is watching in absolute horror to what and is happening in the United States right now! I listen to and watch everything that the Lincoln Project does, especially Mr Schmidt! We all hope that what you are doing will help remove this cancer and his enablers from the Oval Office, and America can start the process of rebuilding again! Thanks for what you are doing!
Martin

AnnSjstrm ,

Real emotion

What trumpists and others miss about the Lincoln Project’s activities is that they are based on the founders’ feelings: sadness, loss, disgust, disbelief, and patriotism among other gut-churning reactions to this administration. We’re all up late at night watching the disaster of this democracy turning into a dictatorship. The Lincoln Project is one way to be a part of the remedy.

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