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Join Atlantic political correspondent Isaac Dovere on the road each week as he reports from around the country on the politics, policies, and personalities that are defining this crucial moment in American history. Each week brings you an intimate and surprising conversation with the names you know and names you may not know—but should.

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Join Atlantic political correspondent Isaac Dovere on the road each week as he reports from around the country on the politics, policies, and personalities that are defining this crucial moment in American history. Each week brings you an intimate and surprising conversation with the names you know and names you may not know—but should.

    Introducing: The Experiment

    Introducing: The Experiment

    A new podcast from The Atlantic and WNYC Studios, The Experiment, tells stories from our unfinished country. On the first episode, host Julia Longoria tells the story of the “zone of death,” where a legal glitch could short-circuit the Constitution—a place where, technically, you could get away with murder. At a time when we’re surrounded by preventable deaths, we document one journey to avert disaster.
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    • 34 min
    Biden: The Candidate for the Trump Moment

    Biden: The Candidate for the Trump Moment

    Isaac Dovere reflects on the inauguration of President Joe Biden, the path through an election year like no other, and what the momentous changes of 2020 mean for our politics.

    You’ll also notice a change in this podcast feed. With the 2020 campaign closing on Inauguration Day, The Ticket will, for now, be ending. We’re working on new podcasts here at The Atlantic though and on February 4th, we launch our new show The Experiment, examining the contradictions and ideals at the heart of the American experiment. You’ll find the first episode here on this feed, so stay subscribed. And, as always, thanks for listening. 
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    • 37 min
    John Bresnahan Helps Us Understand What The Hell Just Happened

    John Bresnahan Helps Us Understand What The Hell Just Happened

    John Bresnahan has covered Congress for decades, recently as Politico’s Capitol Hill bureau chief and now as co-founder of Punchbowl News. He describes what he saw from inside the building as a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol this week — and what implications the searing event could have going forward.
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    • 25 min
    Jim Clyburn

    Jim Clyburn

    The House majority whip from South Carolina gave Joe Biden the key endorsement of his candidacy. What does the civil rights veteran want to see from his party — and the President-elect — in 2021? How will Democrats bridge the divide between progressives advocating for change and Biden preaching a ‘return to normalcy?’ And with Clyburn chairing the new president’s inauguration committee, what does he expect from a very unusual transfer of power?

    This interview was recorded as part of an Atlantic Live event on December 17th, 2020.

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    • 20 min
    Gabe Sterling

    Gabe Sterling

    As conspiracy theories about the Georgia vote count have escalated into threats, a state election official rebuked President Trump and blamed him for the environment voting administrators now face. 

    Despite being a lifelong Republican, Gabe Sterling worries about where he finds his party. The president and Georgia’s elected Republicans seem to be in open war with one another. How far could the dangerous rhetoric take things? And what does it mean for Georgia's run-off elections in January to decide control of the Senate?

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    • 25 min
    Ed Yong

    Ed Yong

    A quarter-million Americans have now died of COVID-19. The spread of the virus is as bad as it’s ever been. And it’s almost certainly going to get much worse. But with the president abdicating responsibility and refusing to begin a transition, it feels as if we’re headed into unthinkable danger without any sense of who’s in charge.

    Staff writer Ed Yong wrote about America’s unpreparedness for a pandemic in 2018 and his reporting has led the conversation about the coronavirus for months now. He joins the show to explain how the country got to this point, what he thinks a Biden administration could do come January, and why he’s more hopeful about a society sticking together in a disease than he was two years ago.

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    • 33 min

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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 Atlantic is one of the best publications out there.

Their podcast episodes are excellent and their website has some of the most comprehensive elucidations you’re going to see on many important topics. Def was worth subscribing to help support excellent journalism.

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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