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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 Crooked Path to Abolition

by James Oakes; read by Bob Souer

The long and turning path to the abolition of American slavery has often been attributed to the equivocations and inconsistencies of antislavery leaders, including Lincoln himself. But James Oakes's brilliant history of Lincoln's antislavery strategies reveals a striking consistency and commitment extending over many years. Learn More
We the Possibility

by Mitchell Weiss; read by Tom Perkins

In this inspiring and instructive book, former public official Mitchell Weiss argues that we must shift from a mindset of "Probability Government"—overly focused on performance management and on mimicking "best" practices—to "Possibility Government." This means a leap to public leadership and management that embraces more imagination and riskier projects. Learn More
After You Vote

by Courtney Emerson; read by Nicol Zanzarella

Equal parts information and inspiration, After You Vote: A Woman's Guide to Making an Impact, from Town Hall to Capitol Hill is both a primer and call-to-action for women of all ages who want to exercise their voices and engage more fully in civic life. Learn More
Kill Switch

by Adam Jentleson; read by P.J. Ochlan

An insider's account of how politicians representing a radical minority of Americans are using "the greatest deliberative body in the world" to hijack our democracy. Learn More
Except for Palestine

by Marc Lamont Hill, Mitchell Plitnick; read by Paul Boehmer

A bold call for the American Left to extend their politics to the issues of Israel-Palestine, from a New York Times bestselling author and experts on US policy in the region.
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The Middle Way

by Derek Chollet; read by Christopher Grove

A portrait of the effectiveness of moderation in US foreign policy, as illustrated by three of America's most consequential and widely-admired postwar presidents: Dwight Eisenhower, George H. W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Learn More
Forever Prisoners

by Elliot Young; read by Paul Brion

Forever Prisoners offers the first broad history of immigrant detention in the United States. Learn More

by Ken Rees; read by Graham Rowat

Teetering makes the case for urgent action by financial institutions, investors, regulators, policymakers, employers, and influencers to recognize and address the financial forces that have pushed the American dream out of reach for so many. Learn More

by Matthew J. Lacombe; read by Mike Chamberlain

Firepower sheds vital new light on how the NRA has grown powerful by mobilizing average Americans, and how it uses its GOP alliance to advance its objectives and shape the national agenda. Learn More
Nothing to Lose

by Pastor Darrell Scott; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

Pastor Darrell Scott recounts how and why he boarded "the Trump Train," revealing the considerable difficulties he experienced along the way. Scott also provides a surprising portrait of President Donald Trump himself—his candor; his support for policies, issues, and initiatives important to the African-American community; and his little-understood relationship with Christianity. Learn More
Lucifer’s Banker Uncensored

by Bradley C. Birkenfeld; read by Rick Adamson

Lucifer's Banker Uncensored is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the secret Swiss high-net worth banking industry and a harrowing account of our government's justice system. Learn More
Why The New Deal Matters

by Eric Rauchway; read by Peter Lerman

This book looks at how the legacy of the New Deal, both for good and ill, informs the current debates around governmental responses to crises. Learn More
Up to Heaven and Down to Hell

A riveting portrait of a rural Pennsylvania town at the center of the fracking controversy. Learn More
Why the Innocent Plead Guilty and the Guilty Go Free

by Jed S. Rakoff; read by Joe Barrett

A senior federal judge's incisive, unsettling exploration of some of the paradoxes that define the judiciary today, Why the Innocent Plead Guilty and the Guilty Go Free features essays examining why innocent people plead guilty, why high-level executives aren't prosecuted, why you won't get your day in court, and why the judiciary is curtailing its own constitutionally mandated power. Learn More
Where Great Powers Meet

by David Shambaugh; read by Eric Jason Martin

The United States and China are engaged in a broad-gauged and global competition for power. While this competition ranges across the entire world, it is centered in Asia. In this book, David Shambaugh focuses on the critical sub-region of Southeast Asia. Learn More
On the Job

by Celeste Monforton, Jane M. Von Bergen; read by Suzie Althens

The inspiring story of worker centers that are cropping up across the country and leading the fight for today's workers. Learn More
The Enemy Within

by David Horowitz; read by Rick Adamson

In The Enemy Within, David Horowitz argues that America's fundamental principles are under attack by the progressive left. Learn More

by Samuel L. Popkin; read by John Pruden

A consistently surprising analysis of how and why the Republican Party imploded in the last decade, setting the stage for the rise of Trump and extremist candidates more generally. Learn More
After the End of History

by Francis Fukuyama, Mathilde Fasting; read by David Shih

A series of in-depth interviews between Francis Fukuyama and editor Mathilde Fasting, After the End of History offers a wide-ranging analysis of liberal democracy today. Drawing on Fukuyama's work on identity, biotechnology, and political order, the book provides essential insight into the rise of authoritarianism and the greatest threats faced by democracy in our present world. Learn More
We Need New Stories

by Nesrine Malik; read by Diana Blue

Named a Most Anticipated Book of Spring 2021 by Publishers Weekly: A rigorous examination of six political myths used to deflect and discredit demands for social justice. Learn More
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