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New Books in Public Policy
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3.9 stars from 15 ratings
Too long
Interesting but why is it so long Very long 10 min it’s enough C’est trop long shorten and efficiency
Adrienlegrand via Apple Podcasts · France · 05/24/21
Could be improved
Nick741 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/27/19
Pretty good content and variety of authors and topics explored. The sound quality leaves much to be desired at times. Please invest in a better microphone and figure out how to have guests call in and make it not sound like they are broadcasting from an airport bathroom.
medvedaj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/20/17
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