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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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Mythologies Without End

by Jerome Slater; read by Christopher Grove

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Focusing on US role in the conflict, where relevant, Mythologies Without End exposes the self-defeating policies of both the US and Israel, which have served to prolong the conflict far beyond when it should have been resolved. Learn More
Lenin Lives?

by Christopher Read; read by Mike Cooper

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This study examines the key elements of Lenin's life and career, the consolidation of his ideas into the doctrines of "Leninism," the influence of Leninism in promoting revolutionary movements around the globe, and the currently disputed issue of whether his ideas still have any relevance today. Learn More
The Search for Reagan

by Craig Shirley; read by Bob Johnson

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Never before has anyone explored the mind, soul, and heart of Ronald Reagan. The Search for Reagan explores the challenges and controversies in Reagan's life and how he successfully dealt with each, depicting a man who was never as conservative as some conservatives wanted him to be, but rather as conservative as he was comfortable being—a man who wanted to win on his own terms and integrity. Learn More
Apocalypse Television

by David Craig; foreword by Robert Iger; read by Kim Niemi

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A dramatic insider's account of the making of and backlash against the 1983 made-for-TV movie The Day After. Learn More
The City Is Up for Grabs

by Gregory Royal Pratt; read by Christopher Douyard

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Chicago is a world-class city, but it is also a city in crisis. Some of Chicago's problems can be explained by forces greater than the mayor: national polarization, long-standing cultural and racial tensions, our plague years. But some are the result of Lightfoot's poor leadership at City Hall, a story that hasn't been told in full—until now. Learn More
The Radical Imagination of Black Women

by Pearl K. Ford Dowe; read by L. Malaika Cooper

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Including interviews with Black women holding political office at the national, state, and local levels, as well as focus group data, The Radical Imagination of Black Women explores how Black women decide to seek political office. Pearl K. Ford Dowe argues that Black women's political ambition often manifests outside formal politics, in activism and community building, a process that is linked to a wider radical vision for a full democracy. Learn More
China's World View

by David Daokui Li; read by David Shih

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A distinguished Chinese economist offers a timely, essential exploration of China's perspective on economy, government, society, and its position in the world. Learn More
Israel and the Cyber Threat

by Charles D. Freilich, Matthew S. Cohen, and Gabi Siboni; read by Dina Pearlman

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The most detailed and comprehensive examination to show how tiny Israel grew to be a global civil and military cyber power and offer the first detailed proposal for an Israeli National Cyber Strategy. Learn More
Party People

by Allan Sikk and Philipp Köker; read by David Marantz

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Based on a new database of 200,000 electoral candidates from over sixty elections across nine Central and Eastern Europe democracies, this book presents a groundbreaking study of party evolution using candidate change as an indicator of party change. Learn More
I Am the Law

by Michael Molcher; read by Keval Shah

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An in-depth examination of the ways in which the comic strip Judge Dredd, published in 2000 AD, has predicted the changing face of policing in Britain over the last forty-five years. Learn More
Illiberal America

by Steven Hahn; read by Mitch Crawford

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If your reaction to the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol was to think, 'That's not us,' think again: in Illiberal America, a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian uncovers a powerful illiberalism as deep seated in the American past as the founding ideals. Learn More
Wake Up America

edited by Keisha N. Blain; read by Lisa Renee Pitts

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From the coeditor of the bestselling Four Hundred Souls, a galvanizing anthology for those seeking to build an inclusive democracy. Learn More
The Individualization of War

edited by Jennifer Welsh, Dapo Akande, and David Rodin; read by Rick Adamson

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The Individualization of War brings together a set of leading thinkers from the fields of moral philosophy, international law, and international relations to further our understanding of not only how individualization is manifest in armed conflict—in theory and in practice—but also how it generates tensions and challenges for today's scholars and practitioners. Learn More
The Politics of Mass Violence in the Middle East

by Laura Robson; read by Lisa S. Ware

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In this study, Laura Robson uses a framework of mass violence—encompassing the concepts of genocide, ethnic cleansing, forced migration, appropriation of resources, mass deportation, and forcible denationalization—to explain the emergence of a dystopian politics of identity across the Eastern Mediterranean in the modern era and to illuminate the contemporary breakdown of the state from Syria to Iraq to Israel. Learn More
The Politics of Maps

by Christine Leuenberger and Izhak Schnell; read by Rachel Perry

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The Politics of Maps explores how the geographical sciences came to be entangled with the politics, territorial claim-making, and nation-state building of Israel/Palestine. Learn More
The Truce

by Hunter Walker and Luppe B. Luppen; read by Mike Chamberlain

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Even before the cataclysmic 2016 election, the Democratic Party had long been at war with itself—yet Joe Biden's narrow victory in 2020 bridged the divide. Facing the dire threat of a second Trump administration, Democrats forged an unlikely but effective coalition that stalled Trumpism at the ballot box and enacted a raft of consequential legislation. But how long can the uneasy peace hold, and can Biden win again? Learn More
Leadership from Bad to Worse

by Barbara Kellerman; read by Linda Jones

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Leadership from Bad to Worse is about how leadership that is bad, invariably, inexorably, gets worse—unless it is somehow, by someone or something, stopped or slowed. Learn More
Radical Politics

by Peter D. Thomas; read by John Keating

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A distinctive and forceful contribution to ongoing debates about the nature and orientation of contemporary emancipatory movements, Radical Politics provides a counterintuitive interpretation of Antonio Gramsci's famous and newly relevant work. Learn More
Free Speech and Turbulent Freedom

by Michael J. Glennon; read by Perry Daniels

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A brisk, practical defense of free speech in America's digital public square that calls on the courts to reject the censors' absolutism, enforce enduring First Amendment principles, and restore a vigorous and robust marketplace of ideas. Learn More
What We've Become

by Jonathan M. Metzl; read by Bob Johnson

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A searing reflection on the broken promise of safety in America. Learn More
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