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This episode is a discussion with Dr. Kimberly Jensen, Professor of History at Western Oregon University and author of Mobilizing Minerva.
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Peter Boghossian is a Professor of Philosophy at Portland State University, one-third of the team responsible for the "Grievance Studies" affair, and co-author of How to Have Impossible Conversations. We talk about the book and a whole lot more.
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Dr. Edwin Dover's scholarship focuses on American presidential elections and includes six published books dealing with voting patterns, news coverage, television advertising, and electoral disputes. This episode examines his decades of analysis.
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2019 was a terrible year for mainstream journalism. Denise Quinn and Spencer Welter join James to discuss some of the more embarrassing press moments of the year. The group also discuss political conversion, its potential trappings, and more.
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