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Kalorama Audio is a leading audio publisher for politics and policy. Kalorama Audio has developed partnerships with journalists, authors, and commentators writing about politics, policy initiatives, and public discourse.

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The Quiet Coup

by Mehrsa Baradaran; read by Seena Ghaznavi

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The celebrated legal scholar and author of The Color of Money reveals how neoliberals rigged American law, creating widespread distrust, inequality, and injustice. Learn More
Stories are Weapons

by Annalee Newitz; read by Alexandra Cohler

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A sharp and timely exploration of the dark art of manipulation through weaponized storytelling, from the bestselling author of Four Lost Cities. Learn More
Lawfare

by Orde F. Kittrie; read by Brian P. Craig

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In this book, author Orde Kittrie draws on his experiences as a lawfare practitioner, US State Department attorney, and international law scholar in analyzing the theory and practice of lawfare. Learn More
Parliamentary America

by Maxwell L. Stearns; read by Maxwell L. Stearns

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Can a parliamentary democracy end America's constitutional crisis? Learn More
Liberalism as a Way of Life

by Alexandre Lefebvre; read by Christopher Douyard

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Why liberalism is all you need to lead a good, fun, worthy, and rewarding life—and how you can become a better and happier person by taking your liberal beliefs more seriously. Learn More
Late Admissions

by Glenn Loury; read by Glenn Loury

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A shockingly frank memoir from a prize-winning economist, reflecting on his remarkable personal odyssey and his changing positions on identity, race, and belief. Learn More
May Contain Lies

by Alex Edmans; read by Alex Edmans

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How our biases cause us to fall for misinformation—and how to combat it. Learn More
Bloody Tuesday

by John M. Giggie; read by Christopher Grove

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The dramatic story of one of the most violent episodes of the civil rights movement and its role in the ongoing reckoning with racial injustice in the United States. Learn More
The AI Mirror

by Shannon Vallor; read by Kim Niemi

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Shannon Vallor makes a wide-ranging, prophetic, and philosophical case for what AI could be: a way to reclaim our human potential for moral and intellectual growth, rather than lose ourselves in mirrors of the past. Vallor calls us to rethink what AI is and can be, and what we want to be with it. Learn More
Fighting Mad

edited by Krystale E. Littlejohn and Rickie Solinger; read by Deanna Anthony

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Fighting Mad is a book about what "reproductive justice" means and what it looks like to fight for it. Editors Krystale E. Littlejohn and Rickie Solinger bring together many of the strongest, most resistant voices in the country to describe the impacts of the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision on abortion access and care. Learn More
My Brother's Keeper

by Ari Harrow; read by Josh Bloomberg

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My Brother's Keeper tells the behind-the-scenes story of how the American president and the Israeli prime minister clashed about peace, war, and the future of the region. Learn More
When Left Moves Right

by Maria Snegovaya; read by Teri Schnaubelt

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Over the past two decades, postcommunist countries have witnessed a sudden shift in the electoral fortunes of their political parties: previously successful center-left parties suffered dramatic electoral defeats and disappeared from the political scene, while right-wing populist parties soared in popularity and came to power. This dynamic echoed similar processes in Western Europe and raises a question: Were these dynamics in any way connected? Learn More
Day of Reckoning

by Mike Wendling; read by Mike Wendling

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In this chilling exposé, Mike Wendling encounters Capital rioters, Covid deniers, QAnon supporters, and Proud Boys and uncovers the roots of a movement that threatens to shatter the foundations of democracy. Learn More
The Wannabe Fascists

by Federico Finchelstein; read by Tom Beyer

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Meet today's almost fascists and learn the warning signs to intercept them on the road from populism to dictatorship. Learn More
Imagination

by Ruha Benjamin; read by Janina Edwards

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In this revelatory work, Ruha Benjamin calls on us to take imagination seriously as a site of struggle and a place of possibility for reshaping the future. Learn More
FDR's Mentors

by Michael J. Gerhardt; read by Danny Campbell

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A unique and illuminating exploration of the key relationships that shaped Franklin Delano Roosevelt into one of America's most definitive leaders and impacted his influence on the world stage, from presidential historian Michael J. Gerhardt, the acclaimed author of Lincoln's Mentors and principal adviser in the official annotation of the Constitution at the Library of Congress. Learn More
Revolution and Terror

by Graeme Gill; read by Julian Elfer

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Graeme Gill argues that in order to understand the relationship between revolution and terror, it is necessary to distinguish between different types of terror. There are three such types: revolutionary terror, in which the aim is to destroy enemies and thereby consolidate the regime; transformational terror, designed to drive the politico-socio-economic transformation of society that is the purpose of the 'great' revolutions; and inverted terror, which is when terror is turned against part of the elite and regime more broadly. Revolution and Terror explains how these different types of terror are related to the revolutionary seizure of power. Learn More
The Religion of Whiteness

by Michael O. Emerson and Glenn E. Bracey II; read by Tom Parks

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Using national survey data, in-depth interviews, and focus group results gathered over several years, Michael O. Emerson and Glenn E. Bracey II show how the Religion of Whiteness shapes the practice of Christianity for millions of Americans—and what can be done to confront it. Learn More
Twilight's Last Gleaming

by Todd Starnes; read by Frank Block

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The latest book from Todd Starnes, author of God Less America and Culture Jihad. Learn More
Fridays of Rage

by Sam Cherribi; read by Shawn K. Jain

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Fridays of Rage reveals Al Jazeera's rise to that most respected of all Western media positions: the watchdog of democracy. Al Jazeera served as the nursery for the Arab world's democratic revolutions, promoting Friday as a "day of rage" and popular protest. This book provides a glimpse into how Al Jazeera strategically cast its journalists as martyrs in the struggle for Arab freedom while promoting itself as the mouthpiece and advocate of the Arab public. Learn More
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