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Marshall Poe
New Books in National Security
Interviews with Scholars of National Security about their New Books
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3.9 stars from 15 ratings
I listened to five podcasts all were mislabeled. Three were actually introduced as "Latino Studies" , another dealt with a High Scholl course in NY which tought police work to kids ( veridct was of course "bad" ). What all podcats had in common was a regressive left narrative and how the hard...Read full review »
Dani Levi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/11/17
Really enjoy this podcast. I like that both scholars and practitioners are interviewed for their insights.
Susancarruth via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/02/15
Good podcast
This is a informative and fascinating podcast. I highly recommend it.
nbamendola via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/15/14
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