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Welcome to the WhoWhatWhy Podcast.

Feb 14, 2020

A deep dive into the violence and terrorism of the 1970s and 80s and the bombing of the US Capitol.

 

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2020/02/14/you-say-you-want-a-revolution/

Feb 7, 2020

What does your choice of news outlet say about you? Rand Corporation takes a good look.

Feb 4, 2020

Former Chicago Sun-Times photo editor Richard Cahan shares powerful images and comments of formerly enslaved African Americans.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2020/02/04/jarring-eyewitness-accounts-shed-light-on-the-cruelty-of-slavery/

Jan 31, 2020

Elite institutions — from government to academia to media — are losing their authority and monopoly all over the world. Why?

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2020/01/31/why-is-everybody-so-damn-angry/

Jan 27, 2020

GOP gerrymandering guru Thomas Hofeller died in 2018. His daughter Stephanie just released 70,000 files that detail his successful voter suppression efforts. Here is what these disclosures show and what they mean for US democracy.

Jan 24, 2020

Iran has been stuck in the craw of US foreign policy for 40 years. Longtime Iran expert Gary Sick looks at how we got to where we are today.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2020/01/24/why-iran-is-the-uss-go-to-enemy-in-the-middle-east/

Jan 21, 2020

A very emotional conversation about Australia’s devastating wildfires with somebody who is living the nightmare.

Jan 17, 2020

A surprising conversation about Iran with prominent Middle East scholar Stephen Zunes.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2020/01/17/to-the-brink-of-war-with-no-upside/

Jan 13, 2020

A DOJ investigation into the Ferguson, MO, police department revealed how municipal fines and fees trap low-income people in a cycle of poverty and punishment. It’s happening across the US — but now San Francisco is leading major reforms.

Jan 10, 2020

Dylan Howard, a high-profile tabloid journalist with a record of big scoops, puts forth never-before-told aspects of the life and death of Jeffrey Epstein.

Jan 3, 2020

Artificial intelligence is all the rage nowadays, but it actually has been with us for decades. A leading expert wonders if this is the year when it will change the world.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2020/01/03/is-2020-the-year-that-ai-finally-exerts-its-promised-power/

Dec 16, 2019

Want a visa to the US? Then you have to be prepared to disclose your social media activity -- even though there is no evidence that type of screening can identify threats.

Dec 13, 2019

A look at how charts and graphs are creating a new visual language and changing the way we interpret data.

Dec 6, 2019

A look at merging science and the knowledge of indigenous peoples to deal with today’s environmental crises.

Nov 29, 2019

As millions of Americans are bargaining hunting for the latest fashion on Black Friday, we take a look at the social and environmental damage that our clothes are doing to the planet.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2019/11/29/clothing-is-the-new-plastic/

Nov 22, 2019

Former Navy officer, intelligence analyst, and author Malcolm Nance talks about the Trump/Putin master plan.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2019/11/22/from-useful-idiot-to-working-asset/

Nov 18, 2019

How the trade war, corporate tax cuts, and fossil fuel subsidies have hurt many small businesses.

Nov 15, 2019

Renowned author, professor, and psychiatrist Robert J. Lifton exposes the similarities between today’s ideological polarization, Chinese communist thought reform, and cults.

Nov 8, 2019

 A look at a form of protest that has, up until now, kept democracy and business sustainable.

Nov 1, 2019

A contrarian view of how to deal with our environmental crisis.

Oct 28, 2019

A new documentary depicts a global plastics crisis that is only getting worse.

Oct 25, 2019

A conversation with longtime Middle East correspondent Charles Glass.

Oct 18, 2019

Cartoonist Ted Rall talks about the state of journalism, the death of irony, and the effort to save the once-powerful political cartoon.

Oct 11, 2019

A distinguished MIT economist looks at how today’s events line up with how liberty dies.

Oct 7, 2019

In a bastion of America’s progressivism, authorities are secretly spying on the public.

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