November 20, 2012

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Part 1

We begin with an apparent shift in our politics, that have moved further and further to the right over the last few decades, indicating the American people are starting to move to the left. David Halperin, a Senior Fellow at Republic Report joins us to discuss the new blue America that will get bluer, and how much our purple president with shift with the progressive wind. david halperin


Part 2

Then we speak with University of Indianapolis presidential historian Edward Frantz, the author of “The Door of Hope: Republican Presidents and the First Southern Strategy”. We discuss the current fratricide and recrimination inside the Republican Party and assess whether the GOP can reverse course in its march to the right to rediscover its progressive roots as the party of Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt.

edward frantz


Part 3

Then finally we look into the surging tide of women candidates swept into office in the recent election and speculate whether the ultimate glass ceiling, the election of a woman as president of the United States, is about to crack. Jo Freeman, an American feminist, political scientist, writer and attorney joins us to discuss the emerging new majority of women, the young and minorities, and whether the Republicans will come back in 2014.

jo freeman