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  • How should the the government regulate sex work? Should sex work be legal, or decriminalized? What are the biggest issues facing women in this industry? Sex work policy journalist and advocate Cathy Reisenwitz joins the podcast to talk about how the state deals with the 'oldest profession', and what changes she believes society should make. We discuss current laws, how police and other institutions frequently mistreat sex workers, and how to balance between protecting sex workers from harms while not penalizing non-harmful situations.

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  • Jeremiah discusses the events of January 6th in an emergency episode recorded late on the night of the 6th. This episode is less polished and more raw than usual. It discusses the armed invasion of the Capitol by Trump supporters, and their attempt to subvert democracy, on the night that those events took place. It also discusses the larger context of the Republican party's factions, behavior, and how we got to this moment.

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  • Can the Republican party be saved? Why do so many Americans find Trump an acceptable candidate? What are the Lincoln Project's plans in a post-Trump world? Reed Galen, co-founder of the Lincoln Project, joins the show to discuss all this and more as we try to figure out how to best fight Trumpism in the future.

    Further Reading: "The Fight Against Trumpism is only Beginning" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/12/16/reed-galen-trumpism-lincoln-project/

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  • How did America's housing crisis get so bad, and what can be done about it? Housing policy expert Jenny Schuetz of the Brookings Institute joins the show to discuss. We chat about how exclusionary zoning makes housing shortages worse, why overly-long approval processes might be an even bigger factor than zoning, and how the political dynamics within different neighborhoods of big cities make it difficult to change policy.

    Further Reading: Gentle Density - https://www.brookings.edu/research/gentle-density-can-save-our-neighborhoods/

    Golden Gates - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/585765/golden-gates-by-conor-dougherty/

    Who Participates in Local Government? - https://open.bu.edu/handle/2144/34276

    Zoning Rules! - https://www.independent.org/publications/tir/article.asp?id=1190

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  • On today's episode, Colin Mortimer, the Director of the Center for New Liberalism, is joined by two special guests. First is Adam Hartke, the co-owner of a music venue in Wichita, Kansas, and the co-chair of the advocacy committee at the National Independent Venues Association. We talk about what it has been like to be a music venue owner during this pandemic, suffering the brunt of the economic fallout. Second, PPI's Chief Economic Strategist Michael Mandel comes on to talk about how an obscure tax cut that expires in December might make the recovery for music venues, bars, restaurants, brewers, and others even more difficult than it was already expected to be.

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  • Jeremiah is joined by the co-hosts of The Grifter Report, Connor Fletcher and Dylan Meisner, to answer key questions in the wake of Donald Trump's loss. Who's out there taking advantage of the 'stolen election' narrative? Which Trump-world stooge is making the most outlandish, insane claims? Who's swindling the most money for doomed 'election integrity' fundraisers? And what on earth is "Blue MAGA"? All this and more as we rank the most impressive post-election grifters.

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  • What are the current deficiencies in the US social safety net? What's the difference between welfare and social insurance? How can we modernize a run-down set of bureaucracies and systems? Sam Hammond of the Niskanen Center joins the show to discuss his ideas about why these systems function the way they do, and how we can best fix them.

    Part 2 coming soon, exclusively for our Patreon subscribers - we discuss the political realities involved in passing these policies, budget issues, how shifting political tribes impact messaging, and how to craft trans-partisan bills that appeal to both major parties.

    Further Reading: Faster Growth, Fairer Growth - https://www.niskanencenter.org/faster_fairer/supporting_workers_and_protecting_families.html

    Three Normative Models of the Welfare State - http://www.publicreason.ro/articol/49

    Failure to Adjust - https://www.cfr.org/book/failure-adjust

    Just Institutions Matter - https://www.amazon.com/Just-Institutions-Matter-Political-Institutional/dp/0521598931

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  • Should Democrats be encouraged or dismayed by their 2020 election performance? Who's correct in the Democratic Party fight between AOC and the moderate Dems? Polling and election analyst David Shor joins the podcast to talk about the 2020 election, including why the polls missed in the Midwest, the most important demographic shifts we've seen, and how Democrats need to message their policies to win lasting majorities.

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  • How has Jay Powell performed as Fed Chair during the Trump administration? How good has the Fed's response been to the 2020 COVID recession? Karl Smith and Josh Barro join the show to talk all things Jay Powell and Federal Reserve, including whether the Fed should have an expanded toolkit and why it's important to keep Judy Shelton off the Fed's Board of Governors.

    Further reading: Josh's profile of Jay Powell - https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/jerome-powell-federal-reserve-profile.html

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  • Jeremiah sits down with Dan King, Arielle Kane, and Colin Mortimer of Some Politics Podcast to give rundown of the Nov 3rd election, one day after it happened. The group breaks down Biden's underperformance and what factors caused it, whether to feel optimistic or pessimistic about the overall result, and what this means for Republican and Democratic campaigns in the future.

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  • What does the modern gig economy look like? How has freelance work evolved over time, and how has 2020 changed the complexion of freelance work? UpWork's chief economist Adam Ozimek joins the podcast to talk about labor markets and freelancing in 2020. We also talk about the future of remote work, what impact COVID has had on cities, and much more!

    Further reading: Follow Adam at https://twitter.com/ModeledBehavior

    When Work Goes Remote - https://www.upwork.com/press/releases/when-work-goes-remote

    Freelance Forward 2020 Report - https://www.upwork.com/i/freelance-forward

    Measuring Alternative Work Arrangements for Research and Policy - https://www.nap.edu/catalog/25822/measuring-alternative-work-arrangements-for-research-and-policy

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  • How do protests - both non-violent and violent - impact the public's voting behaviors? How does the media filter messages about protests to the public? Princeton professor Omar Wasow joins the show to discuss his research on protests, violence and voting. We discuss all of the above, as well as how can we compare the protests of the 1960s to today's protest movements.

    Further reading:

    Agenda Seeding: How 1960s Black Protests Moved Elites, Public Opinion and Voting - https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/american-political-science-review/article/agenda-seeding-how-1960s-black-protests-moved-elites-public-opinion-and-voting/136610C8C040C3D92F041BB2EFC3034C#

    The Loud Minority - https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691181776/the-loud-minority

    Can Violent Protest Change Local Policy Support? - https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/renos/files/enoskaufmansands.pdf

    Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict - http://cup.columbia.edu/book/why-civil-resistance-works/9780231156820

    Free Angela and all Political Prisoners - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2350432/

    Blood in the Water - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_in_the_Water_(book)

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  • What will the voting experience be like in 2020? How will mail voting and accusations of voter fraud impact the election? What court battles around voting are currently taking place? Business Insider's Grace Panetta joins the show to discuss these voting issues and more.

    Further reading: Democracy Fund's 'Election Line' - https://electionline.org/

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  • It's time for another mailbag episode! Jeremiah takes listener questions about the Republican party, the coronavirus pandemic, how to talk to family members about politics, the best tools to find academic research, the Neoliberal Project's international push, and the Left's approach to Hong Kong. There are also a number of questions about the recent incredible news week, including how to think about Trump's illness, what might happen in various election scenarios, and what races to pay attention to.

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  • Jeremiah sits down with Connor Fletcher and Dylan Meisner of The Grifter Report to talk about the political scene's recent grifts, trolls and slap-fights. We discuss Jacob Wohl's fake FBI stunt and Joe Rogan's presidential debate ambitions before moving on to the main event - the election modeling controversy that consumed the world of election wonks and led to a prominent election analyst losing their job.

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  • Are millennials more burned out than previous generations? Author, writer and cultural critic Anne Helen Petersen joins the podcast to discuss her new book "Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation".

    What is burnout? Is millennial burnout is different than the stresses previous generations faced? How do social media, parenting, education and work all contribute to burn out? We discuss these issues and much more on the road to figuring out what's up with a frequently maligned generation.

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    Referenced in this episode:

    Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation - https://www.hmhbooks.com/shop/books/Cant-Even/9780358316596

    Temp - https://www.louishyman.com/temp

    The Fissured Workplace - https://www.fissuredworkplace.net/

    Fear of Falling - https://www.twelvebooks.com/titles/barbara-ehrenreich/fear-of-falling/9781455543748/

    All the Rage - https://www.harpercollins.com/products/all-the-rage-darcy-lockman?variant=32205510869026

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  • Should the United States attempt to massively grow our population? What would a program for population growth look like? Vox founder Matt Yglesias joins the show to discuss his new book, One Billion Americans. Why is a larger America better for both America and the world? How could we encourage families to have more children? How could we incorporate more immigrants into society? What other problems do we need to solve along the way before a billion Americans can happen?

    Referenced in the episode:

    One Billion Americans - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/636499/one-billion-americans-by-matthew-yglesias/

    Maximum Canada by Doug Saunders - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/554686/maximum-canada-by-doug-saunders/

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  • In the inaugural episode of SPP, hosts Colin, Arielle, and Dan sit down to discuss the recent violence in Kenosha and Oregon, and how that might shape the 2020 Presidential election.

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  • How should we change our institutions post-COVID so that we're better prepared for the next crisis? Is it possible to design our government so that we don't have to scramble frantically to fix future emergencies? PPI's founder and president Will Marshall joins the show to discuss PPI's new report 'Building American Resilience'. We discuss making America more resilient through fiscal stabilizers, modernizing and digitizing the infrastructure of the safety net, implementing better voting programs, reforming the healthcare system, and more.

    Referenced in the episode:

    Building American Resilience - https://www.progressivepolicy.org/publication/building-american-resilience-a-roadmap-for-recovery-after-covid-19/

    Funding America's Future - https://www.progressivepolicy.org/publication/budgetblueprint/

    Neoliberal Podcast with Ben Ritz - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/budget-breakdown-ft-ben-ritz/id1390384827?i=1000467618671

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  • How will society be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in 5 years, 10 years, or longer? Professor, consultant and author Karl Muth joins the show to talk about how things will change in the long run thanks to COVID-19. We discuss what changes might happen with the travel industry, restaurants, working from home, with class and gender dynamics, education, public health and much more.

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