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Breaking the Two Party Doom Loop | Lee Drutman | YDHTY, Episode 61

In this week's episode of You Don't Have to Yell, Lee Drutman - Senior Fellow at New America and host of the podcast Politics in Question, discusses his new book, Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop: The Case for Multiparty Democracy In America (Amazon). In his book, Drutman outlines the history...
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Evangelical Support for Trump: Is There a Generational Divide?

In the recent episode featuring Mark Bauer, Independent candidate for Texas' 24th district, we discussed what appeared to be a generational divide between conservative Christians over the performance of Donald Trump. For this week's episode, I asked the Data Monkey to dig into the polling and see...
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Does America Still Lead the Democratic world? | Douglas amy | YDHTY, EP. 59

In this week's episode of You Don't Have to Yell, Douglas Amy, Professor Emeritus of Politics at Mount Holyoke College, discusses his new website - SecondRateDemocracy.com - which outlines 17 ways the United States is less democratic than other peer nations, and specific forms we can put in place...
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Branding in Politics: How Candidates Learned to Be Merchandised | YDHTY, Episode 57

On this week’s episode of You Don’t Have to Yell, Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, Professor of Law at Stetson University and Fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, discusses her new book “Political Brands”, which dives into the role of branding in shaping elections, its role in driving up the cost of...
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