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Ezra Klein On Vetocracy

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https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/ezra-klein-on-vetocracy   In my review last week of Ezra Klein's Why We're Polarized, I linked to a related Vox article on veto..


This podcast was published on February 20, 2021



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Astral Codex Ten Podcast

Polarisation with Ezra Klein


With the US election just around the corner, James speaks to the journalist and political commentator Ezra Klein about political polarisation and climate change.Ezra is the founder and editor-at-large of Vox.com, the award-winning explanatory news organisation. He is the host of the excellent podcast the Ezra Klein Show and recently published the book Why We’re Polarised, which draws from history, pol..


This podcast was published on September 12, 2020



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What Comes After What Comes Next

by James Shaw

Fixing the Machinery of Government with Ezra Klein


In this crossover episode of Yang Speaks, Vox founder and editor-at-large Ezra Klein and Andrew discuss the road to recovery from coronavirus, Andrew’s distinct approach to politics, the shifting media landscape, and why it’s so important to fix the mechanics of government if we hope to get anything done.Watch this conversation on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LTwNcrnOTnc


This podcast was published on September 10, 2020



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Yang Speaks

by Andrew Yang & Cadence13

Episode 59: Ezra Klein + Ta-Nehisi Coates (June 18, 2020)


Acclaimed podcaster and political analyst Ezra Klein of Vox talks with Ta-Nehisi Coates (Between the World and Me) in front of a packed house about the evolution of America’s broken system as outlined in his book Why We’re Polarized. (Recorded at St. Joseph’s College on February 2, 2020)


This podcast was published on June 19, 2020



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The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast

by Greenlight Bookstore

Ep. 388 — Ezra Klein


Ezra Klein is a journalist and co-founder of Vox, where he currently serves as the editor-at-large. He joins David to talk about his evolution from obscure blogger to national political commentator, his early work on the Howard Dean campaign, his assessment of the current presidential race, and more. His new book, Why We’re Polarized, explores the structural and psychological forces behind America’s growing political ..


This podcast was published on May 28, 2020



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The Axe Files with David Axelrod

by The Institute of Politics & CNN

Why We're Polarized (Robert Wright & Ezra Klein)


Ezra's new book, Why We're Polarized … How ideology became identity … Could Trump have realigned American politics? … Ezra: All politics is identity politics …


This podcast was published on May 20, 2020



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The Wright Show

by Bloggingheads.tv

Vox’s Ezra Klein on ‘Why We’re Polarized’


In his new book, “Why We’re Polarized”, Vox founder and editor-at-large Ezra Klein delves into the historical reasons that America’s political landscape has become increasingly divided over the past 50 years. He argues that identity is a central driver of political polarization, and explains how hyper partisanship is threatening national cohesion. Klein joins Forum to talk about his book, and how COVID-19 is affecting politics and the Nov..


This podcast was published on April 27, 2020



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KQED's Forum

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The Economist asks: Ezra Klein


Why is America divided? Anne McElvoy asks the editor-at-large of Vox Media and podcast host about whether the coronavirus pandemic will bring Americans together or further apart, if Donald Trump is a symptom or cause of polarization in America and why podcasts are the platform to find common ground. Also, when did Klein last change his mind?Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital a..


This podcast was published on March 19, 2020



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Economist Radio

by The Economist

The Economist asks: Ezra Klein


Why is America divided? Anne McElvoy asks the editor-at-large of Vox Media and podcast host about whether the coronavirus pandemic will bring Americans together or further apart, if Donald Trump is a symptom or cause of polarization in America and why podcasts are the platform to find common ground. Also, when did Klein last change his mind?Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital a..


This podcast was published on March 19, 2020



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The Economist Asks

by The Economist

Ezra Klein


Ezra Klein (journalist! Vox!) makes it weird!


This podcast was published on March 11, 2020



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You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

The Psychological Abyss (with Ezra Klein)


This week we'll answer our number one question: why are we so polarized? Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) joins Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to answer it. His new book is called, Why We’re Polarized, and they talk about how a lot of divisiveness stems from racism and problems beyond “political disagreements.” Finally they ask, can we bring unconditional love into politics, an..


This podcast was published on February 28, 2020



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With Friends Like These

by Crooked Media

Ezra Klein with Malcolm Gladwell: Why We’re Polarized


Ezra Klein, the co-founder of Vox, discusses his groundbreaking new book, Why We’re Polarized, with bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell. Their conversation explores how and why American politics have become polarized around identity, why the system has become so toxic, why we participate in it, and what it means for our future. The conversation was recorded on January 30, 2020 in front of a live audience at New York's 92nd Street Y...


This podcast was published on February 27, 2020



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92Y Talks

Ezra Klein on America's Polarization Problem


Vox co-founder Ezra Klein reveals how America's political system is polarizing us and how we are polarizing it with disastrous results.  He explains that the Founding Fathers planned for many things, but they did not designed a system of government that was intended to function effectively in times of hyper partisanship.  He points out that politics cam..


This podcast was published on February 27, 2020



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Kickass News

Ezra Klein


Ezra Klein is an American journalist, blogger, and political commentator who co-founded Vox. Ezra sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss the current state of polarization, how liberty and equality can work in tandem and the impact of media on the world. Dax asks about his debate with Sam Harris and Ezra details the prevalence of NIMBY-ism. The two talk about the effects of political transparency, the misconception about identity politics a..


This podcast was published on February 13, 2020



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Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

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Ezra Klein On 'Why We're Polarized'


History, demographic shifts, social science, and the evolving media landscape are all part of the puzzle political journalist Ezra Klein puts together in his new book "Why We're Polarized." We talk with Klein about how polarization is changing our country. Ezra Klein will be at Powell’s Books at Cedar Hills Crossing Wednesday, February 12 at 7pm. He’ll be in conversation with Omar El Akkad, author of 'American War.'


This podcast was published on February 12, 2020



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Think Out Loud

by Oregon Public Broadcasting

Why We're Polarized ft. Ezra Klein - Part 2


Part 2 of a two-episode conversation with Ezra Klein, founder of Vox and host of The Ezra Klein Show, about his book Why We're Polarized.  In this second episode, we discuss the implications of increasing polarization on Bernie Sanders' campaign, Ezra's thoughts on the Neoliberal Project and the new neoliberalism, and whether reshaping our institutions or our identities is a better path towards a healthier politics. If you enj..


This podcast was published on February 10, 2020



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The Neoliberal Podcast

Ezra Klein: Why We're Polarized


SPEAKERS Ezra Klein Editor-at-Large and Co-Founder, Vox; Author, Why We’re Polarized In Conversation with Anna Sale Host, WNYC's "Death, Sex & Money" This program was recorded in front of a live audience at The Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco on January 6th, 2020. ** This Podcast Contains Explicit Language **


This podcast was published on February 07, 2020



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Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

by Commonwealth Club of California

Ezra Klein on Why We're Polarized [2-6-2020]


In this special episode, Larry Lessig speaks with Ezra Klein, the Vox media founder and host of the Ezra Klein Show, at a live event in Boston. They discuss Ezra's new book "Why We're Polarized" and discuss why it's really the system and the parties—and not the particular policy disagreements between politicians or the public—that have made our democracy so dysfunctional. The event was held in Back Bay in Boston and hosted by the Harvard boo..


This podcast was published on February 06, 2020



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Another Way, by Lawrence Lessig

by Lawrence Lessig

Ezra Klein — How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out


Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.Ezra Klein is the co-..


This podcast was published on February 06, 2020



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On Being with Krista Tippett

by On Being Studios

Ezra Klein — How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out


Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.Ezra Klein is the co-..


This podcast was published on February 06, 2020



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On Being with Krista Tippett

by On Being Studios

[Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett


Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.Ezra Klein is the co-..


This podcast was published on February 06, 2020



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On Being with Krista Tippett

by On Being Studios

[Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett


Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.Ezra Klein is the co-..


This podcast was published on February 06, 2020



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On Being with Krista Tippett

by On Being Studios

Ezra Klein - February 4, 2020


Ezra Klein speaks with Ana on The Conversation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


This podcast was published on February 05, 2020



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The Conversation

by TYT Network

Ezra Klein


Yascha Mounk talks to Ezra Klein about the nature and causes of polarization in the United States - and whether we can fix it.Email: [email protected]: @Yascha_MounkWebsite: https://www.yaschamounk.com/Podcast production by John T. Williams


This podcast was published on January 31, 2020



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The Good Fight

by Yascha Mounk

Ezra Klein on Why We're Polarized


Is the American political system broken? In his new book, Ezra Klein argues that the system isn't malfunctioning, it's doing exactly what it was designed to accomplish. In this special episode of Discourse Disrupters, John Donvan sits down with one of the nation's most prominent political journalists to ask one critical question: Why are we polarized?A message from our sponsors: Watch or listen to Argumentation – and any of..


This podcast was published on January 31, 2020



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Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

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Why We're Polarized ft. Ezra Klein - Part 1


Ezra Klein, founder of Vox and host of The Ezra Klein Show, joins the show for a two-part episode to discuss his new book Why We're Polarized.  In this first episode, we discuss the history behind our increasingly polarized politics, how the US differs from other countries' patterns, and why the two main parties have responded differently to polarization. In Part 2, we'll discuss the implications of increasing polarization on ..


This podcast was published on January 30, 2020



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The Neoliberal Podcast

Ezra Klein: Parties, not policy, are "Why We're Polarized"


Vox.com co-founder Ezra Klein talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about his new book, Why We're Polarized, the rise of systemic "zero sum" party politics, and how Klein himself has been polarizing in the Trump era. Klein and Swisher also discuss the racial, religious, and urban/rural splits between Democrats and Republicans, the (good and bad) impact of social media on the public discourse, and the one thing regular people can do to comb..


This podcast was published on January 29, 2020



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Decoder with Nilay Patel

by The Verge

Why We’re Polarized with Ezra Klein


The title says it all on this one, folks. What is it about the American political system that cultivated this deeply dysfunctional and polarized climate? Last year, we had Ezra Klein on the show to assess how bad things were in the Trump era (conclusion: not great). Now, Klein is back to discuss his new book "Why We're Polarized" which provides a systematic look at the deep structural defects in American democracy that are manifesting the..


This podcast was published on January 28, 2020



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Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

by Chris Hayes, MSNBC & NBCNews THINK

81 | Ezra Klein on Politics, Polarization, and Identity


People have always disagreed about politics, passionately and sometimes even violently. But in certain historical moments these disagreements were distributed without strong correlations, so that any one political party would contain a variety of views. In a representative democracy, that kind of distribution makes it easier to accomplish things. In contrast, today we see strong political polarization: members of any one party tend to line up ..


This podcast was published on January 27, 2020



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Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

by Sean Carroll

Ezra Klein on Why We’re Polarized


In his new book, Ezra Klein argues that polarization in American has become centered on partisan political identities, which has subsumed virtually every form of identity, be it where we live, what team we root for, the church we attend, or any other. This stacked form of polarization thus carries much more weight and is activated b..


This podcast was published on January 22, 2020



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Conversations with Tyler

UNLOCKED: A Very Nice and Polite Argument with Ezra Klein


Originally available only to Patreon subscribers, this episode has been unlocked for all listeners! Current Affairs editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson sits down with founder and editor-at-large of Vox, Ezra Klein. Together, they debate (in a very friendly manner) the successes and failures of the Bernie Sanders campaign, incremental change versus radical change, and whether Nathan was justified in writing mean things about Vox in 2016.


This podcast was published on September 25, 2019



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Current Affairs

by Pete Davis

PREVIEW: A Very Nice and Polite Argument with Ezra Klein


Current Affairs editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson sits down with founder and editor-at-large of Vox, Ezra Klein. Together, they debate (in a very friendly manner) the successes and failures of the Bernie Sanders campaign, incremental change versus radical change, and whether Nathan was justified in writing mean things about Vox in 2016. This is a preview of an episode available in full to our Patreon subscribers. To gain full access to this ep..


This podcast was published on August 15, 2019



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Current Affairs

by Pete Davis

Recapping the Month: Ezra Klein, The Weave Project and more


Ciaran O'Connor and John Wood, Jr. recaps their recent journeys across the country discussing depolarization and reconciliation, Ciaran's interview with Ezra Klein, the values that bind Americans and John's feelings on Memorial Day.


This podcast was published on June 12, 2019



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The Braver Angels Podcast

Ezra Klein


Ciaran talks to Ezra Klein about the state of our public conversation, viewpoint diversity on college campuses, the rise of the intellectual dark web, and whether Better Angels can truly find values that meaningfully connect Americans across ideological differences.


This podcast was published on May 27, 2019



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The Braver Angels Podcast

Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism


Vox.com founder and editor-at-large Ezra Klein talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the press, social media and President Trump in this live interview recorded in San Francisco.In this episode: (03:22) Why Ezra moved to DC; (07:22) Klein’s background and the “incestuous” Twitter culture of political journalists; (11:38) Media culture in the Trump era; (13:15) How DC has changed and “docile” journalists; (21:55) Ezra’s..


This podcast was published on December 12, 2018



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Decoder with Nilay Patel

by The Verge

Episode 68: Ezra Klein


Ezra Klein has a had a meteoric rise in journalism. In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the founder of Vox opens up about the rise of Trump, the Russia investigation, the media, and much more. Show Roadmap: What has surprised Ezra about the Trump presidency. Why Ezra thinks Trump won the Republican Primary — and the general election. Whether Ezra is more concerned about Presiden..


This podcast was published on August 23, 2018



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The Jamie Weinstein Show

How Bad Is It? with Ezra Klein


Families are being ripped apart at the border, a Republican Congressman retweeted a Nazi sympathizer, and Trump White House officials are being protested with increasing regularity. It is feeling pretty rough out there – so just how bad is it? There have been some folks looking to the Civil War when discussing the current landscape of political polarization. While it’s not quite that bad, just exactly where are we on the scale of ‘everyt..


This podcast was published on June 26, 2018



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Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

by Chris Hayes, MSNBC & NBCNews THINK

Biohacking the Sam Harris Ezra Klein Debate


We cover two topics that cover the same question - what happens when politics get in the way of science?


This podcast was published on May 14, 2018



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Lofty Darwinism

by Darwin Carlisle, Matt Loftin

Ezra Klein


In this special episode of The Good Fight, Ezra Klein interviews Yascha Mounk about his recent book, The People vs Democracy.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


This podcast was published on April 25, 2018



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The Good Fight

by Yascha Mounk

#131: Ezra Klein, How We Interact with Politics Matters


Vox's editor-at-large and journalist Ezra Klein, formerly of The Washington Post, has made a name for himself as a political commentator, finding context within the chaos of our political scene and exploring the idea of what a political system would look like if created amidst tribalism. Klein, who hosts the popular podcast, "The Ezra Klein Show," also argues in our interview that it's important to take a step back from social media - Twitter, Fa..


This podcast was published on April 18, 2018



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Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

by ABC News

Sam Harris was Right; Ezra Klein Should Know Better


Earlier this week, Ph.D. neuroscientist turned pop-philosopher Sam Harris invited Vox Editor-at-Large Ezra Klein to debate Harris on his popular podcast. The topic: Harris’s decision to feature Charles Murray for the purposes of defending him— from charges of racism, on his show last year. Murray is famous in part for writing The Bell Curve, which included a controversial chapter which mentions racial differences in IQ. But this isn’t K..


This podcast was published on April 12, 2018



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Quillette Read Aloud

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Ezra Klein and the Need for Explanatory Journalism (Ep. 24)


Larry Wilmore weighs in on the Republican tax bill, Omarosa Manigault’s White House departure, and the disagreement between Ta-Nehisi Coates and Cornel West (1:00) before Bill Simmons drops in to argue about the Lakers with Larry (14:00). Later, Larry chats with Vox cofounder and editor-at-large Ezra Klein about journalistic standards and how politics have differed in the Bush, Obama, and Trump eras (25:00).


This podcast was published on December 21, 2017



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Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

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Seth Meyers & Ezra Klein


Seth Meyers talks to Ezra Klein, editor in chief of Vox. LATE NIGHT ON SOCIAL Rate the Late Night Podcast on Apple Podcasts: applepodcasts.com/LateNightSeth Subscribe to Late Night on YouTube: youtube.com/LateNightSeth Follow Late Night on Twitter: twitter.com/LateNightSeth Like Late Night on Facebook: www.facebook.com/LateNightSeth Like Late Night on Instagram: www.instagram.com/LateNightSeth Find Late Night on Snapchat: snapchat.com/add/LateNig..


This podcast was published on September 16, 2017



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Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

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Ezra Klein: Collusion is Likely


In this episode with Vox’s Ezra Klein, we discuss the Donald Trump, Jr. emails, what “collusion means” and what Klein calls “a dark time” in Washington. Download transcript here.


This podcast was published on July 12, 2017



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Bob Schieffer's "About the News" with H. Andrew Schwartz

by CSIS | Center for Strategic and International Studies

ITYI EP. 10 Ezra Klein


Ezra Klein isn't just the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Vox (the site that produces this podcast, in case you were unaware). He's a major fan of superhero comics and the films based on them. For this week's episode, Todd sat down with his boss to discuss why he loves comics, how he avoids Twitter, and what he got wrong when he started Vox three years ago.


This podcast was published on May 03, 2017



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I Think You're Interesting

by Vox

#208: Ezra Klein -- From College Blogger to Political Powerhouse


Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) is founder and editor-in-chief of Vox, an explanatory news organization that now reaches more than 100 million people each month through articles, videos, newsletters, and podcasts. Previously, he was a columnist and editor at The Washington Post, a policy analyst at MSNBC, and a contributor to Bloomberg. He was named one of the 50 most powerful people in Washington by GQ. He's written for The New Yorker and The New York R..


This podcast was published on December 13, 2016



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The Tim Ferriss Show

by Tim Ferriss

Tyler Cowen interviews Ezra Klein about politics, media, and more


A number of you have asked that we turn the tables and have someone interview me for the show. So when Tyler Cowen — economist at George Mason University, blogger at Marginal Revolution, and generalized genius — invited me on his podcast Conversations with Tyler, I said yes, and asked if we could post the discussion here, too. Tyler — whose podcast you should listen to — asks some of the hardest, strangest, most provocative questions of ..


This podcast was published on October 06, 2016



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Vox Conversations

by Vox

Episode 205: Ezra Klein


Ezra Klein the editor-in-chief of Vox. “I think that if any of these big players collapse, when their obits are written, it’ll be because they did too much. I’m not saying I think any of them in particular are doing too much. But I do think, when I look around and I think, ‘What is the danger here? What is the danger for Vox?’ I think it is losing too much focus because you’re trying to do too many things..


This podcast was published on August 10, 2016



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Longform

by Longform

Episode 56: Ezra Klein (Part I of II)


Ezra Klein is a journalist and founder of one of the most interesting media platforms today, Vox. Our talk was so good I had to break it down into two episodes. In this first episode, we cover Ezra’s start in journalism, how he transitioned from journalist to manager, and then we get into the future of news media platforms and what it will mean to be a journalist in 2020. Edited by @alexkontis Lavish Praise to @ezraklein Constructive Critici..


This podcast was published on January 18, 2016



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Product Hunt Radio

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