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It Could Happen Here

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It Could Happen Here started as an exploration of the possibility of a new civil war. Now a daily show, it's evolved into a chronicle of collapse as it happens, and an exploration of how we might build a better future. Every day Robert Evans, Garrison Davis, Mia Wong, James Stout and Shereen Lani Younes take you on a jaunty walk through the burning ruins of the old world and towards a better one t... more

PublishesDailyEpisodes827Founded5 years ago
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All of this week's episodes of It Could Happen Here put together in one large file. more

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James talks to Dr Maung Zarni about the junta’s colonial methods of rule, ultra nationalist Buddhism, and how to build a better future for a democratic Myanmar. more

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Gare and Molly discuss how modern media portrays political extremism. more

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Molly and Robert discuss the successful effort to remove Judd Blevins from the Enid, OK city council after his refusal to acknowledge his ties to a white supremacist group. more

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4.1 out of 5 stars from 7k ratings
  • Too much ideological bias and NPR style narration

    Feels like a show being done by journalism undergrads who regard NPR as the ideal, both in terms of delivery and ideology. Unsubscribe.

    Apple Podcasts
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    Dirtyharrythethird
    Canadaa month ago
  • l-l-like i i like you know so the thing like is

    i i i like like i like like i like would be good but the obvious amphetamine abuse like like like you know kinda ruins it?

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    420seank
    United Statesa month ago
  • “Like” is not the only filler word in existence

    I was really interested to listen to the Temu episode but I couldn’t even get through it because every other word was “like”. Can’t you throw in an “I mean”, an “Um”, etc.? Any word other than “like”? Seriously.

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    GLJezebel
    United States2 months ago
  • Once great

    Used to be a great and informative show but it’s just been devolving since 2023 into lopsided nonsense. Every Shereen episode especially is just a slog to get thru. Hopefully they come back to actual journalism some day instead of whatever this has become.

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    Seanzai
    United States2 months ago
  • Weirdly anti left

    This podcast is ran by a bunch of Anarchists. So they often decidedly talk about how they think liberal bourgeoisie governments are better than actual governments ran by communist parties. I always knew Robert Evans has these tendencies, but BTB doesn’t really seem to allow it to cloud the podcast overall. The rotating hosts here are much different and seem to actually hate the left, even though they claim to be a part of it. Seemingly they also think that a theocratic serf state is better than ... more

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    JCCAKES
    United States2 months ago

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