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The First Draft of History: Post-Election Analysis, 2016 — Podcast November 14, 2016

What Happened Last Tuesday Is Clear Enough. Why It Happened Is Not: Democratic Perspective is joined by Klaus von Stutterheim, who despite his very German name, has been a U.S. citizen since his early 20s, and has lived and worked in this country … Continue reading

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Angela LeFevre Interview — Podcast December 19, 2011

A New Direction for Sedona Politics: The Impact of Arizona’s Current Redistricting. Democratic Perspective co-hosts Steve Williamson and Mike Cosentino talk with Angela LeFevre, President of Democrats of the Red Rocks, on the likely outcome of current congressional and legislative … Continue reading

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