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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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A Real Right to Vote

by Richard L. Hasen; read by Daniel Henning

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Why now is the time to enshrine the right to vote in the Constitution. Learn More
Taming the Octopus

by Kyle Edward Williams; read by Jon Vertullo

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The untold story of how efforts to hold big business accountable changed American capitalism. Learn More
Trolling Ourselves to Death

by Jason Hannan; read by Ray Greenley

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Almost forty years ago, Neil Postman argued that television had brought about a fundamental transformation to democracy. By turning entertainment into our supreme ideology, television had recreated public discourse in its image and converted democracy into show business. In Trolling Ourselves to Death, Jason Hannan builds on Postman's classic thesis, arguing that we are now not so much amusing, as trolling ourselves to death. Learn More
Dogwhistles and Figleaves

by Jennifer Mather Saul; read by Jennifer Mather Saul

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This book pinpoints how "dogwhistles" and "figleaves," two kinds of linguistic trick, distort political discourse and normalize racism. Learn More
How Polarization Begets Polarization

by Samuel Merrill, Bernard Grofman, and Thomas L. Brunell; read by Thomas L. Brunell

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Samuel Merrill III, Bernard Grofman, and Thomas L. Brunell explore the phenomenon of extreme polarization in American politics. Learn More
Nationalized Politics

by Jamie L. Carson; read by Patrick Lawlor

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Nationalized Politics asks and answers the question, "how has nationalization influenced elections across different political eras?" Learn More
When Science Meets Power

by Geoff Mulgan; read by Michael Langan

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Rooted in understanding that science and politics are not just fields of ideas but also fields of action, this book proposes ways to ensure that the two work effectively together. Learn More
Capitalism and Crises

by Colin Mayer; read by Bob Souer

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Capitalism and Crises provides an inspiring and motivational roadmap of how we as practitioners, policymakers, consumers, employees, communities, students, and citizens of the world can together tackle the challenges of the twenty-first century—to flourish and survive. Learn More
The Problem of Immigration in a Slaveholding Republic

by Kevin Kenny; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

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A powerful analysis of how regulation of the movement of enslaved and free black people produced a national immigration policy in the period between the American Revolution and the end of Reconstruction. Learn More
Pillars for Freedom

by Richard B. Levine; foreword by Michael R. Pompeo; read by John McLain

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The latest book from Richard B. Levine, coauthor of America's #1 Adversary. Learn More
Getting Russia Right

by Thomas Graham; read by Daniel Henning

As US-Russian relations scrape the depths of cold-war antagonism, the promise of partnership that beguiled American administrations during the first post-Soviet decades increasingly appears to have been false from the start. Why did American leaders persist in pursuing it? Was there another path that would have produced more constructive relations or better prepared Washington to face the challenge Russia poses today? Learn More
Underserved

by Ja'Ron Smith and Chris Pilkerton; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

This book provides a roadmap for modern-day conservatives to advance President Lincoln’s vision to help underserved communities across our country. Learn More
Making the Supreme Court

by Charles M. Cameron and Jonathan P. Kastellec; read by Lee Goettl

Based on rich data and qualitative evidence, Making the Supreme Court provides a sharp lens on the social and political transformations that created a new American politics. Learn More
The Picnic

by Matthew Longo; read by Tom Parks

The gripping story of a collective passion for freedom that shook the world. Learn More
Way Down in the Hole

by Angela J. Hattery and Earl Smith; read by Machelle Williams

Based on ethnographic observations and interviews with prisoners, correctional officers, and civilian staff conducted in solitary confinement units, Way Down in the Hole explores the myriad ways in which daily, intimate interactions between those locked up twenty-four hours a day and the correctional officers charged with their care, custody, and control produce and reproduce hegemonic racial ideologies. Learn More
A Fabulous Failure

by Nelson Lichtenstein and Judith Stein; read by Tom Campbell

This book reveals why Bill Clinton's expansive agenda was a fabulous failure, and why its demise still haunts us today. Learn More
The Isolated Presidency

by Jordan T. Cash; read by Joshua Saxon

To gain a clear view of how the Constitution creates a baseline of authority that is available to all presidents, Jordan T. Cash examines the "isolated presidents"—presidents who were unelected, faced divided government, and were opposed by major factions of their own political parties. Learn More
Wrong

by Dannagal Goldthwaite Young; read by Rachel Perry

An engaging look at how American politics and media reinforce partisan identity and threaten democracy. Learn More
Germany, 1923

by Volker Ullrich; translated by Jefferson Chase; read by Christopher Douyard

From a New York Times bestselling historian comes a gripping account of the crisis that threatened to unravel the Weimar Republic. Learn More
Thanks for Your Service

by Peter D. Feaver; read by Lee Goettl

A definitive study on the decades-long run of high public confidence in the military and why it may rest on some shaky foundations. Learn More
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