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Ronald
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Ron Stockton was a professor of political science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn for 48 years. His specialty was non-western politics and political change. He taught classes on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Religion and Politics, the Politics of Revolution, Non-Western politics, and American politics. He also taught in the Honors Program, focusing upon foundational readings from the 18th and 19th centuries. He has an interest in religion and politics and in the role of religio-ethnic groups in the political system. The listener can anticipate talks on Arab-Americans, Jews,...
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4.7 stars from 28 ratings
Insightful and informative. I enjoyed listening to the professor’s lectures. Strongly recommended. However, the one weak point (albeit more of a technical problem than a substantive one) is the intro music to each podcast. The music is annoying and distracting, especially when transitioning from...Read full review »
MarMercy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/03/21
This podcast should be listened to along with a pro Israel podcast on the subject. The professor forgets his own advice to look at incidents in light of what has happened in the past. He focuses on Israeli problems and atrocities (trying to bring in personal stories only to admit at the end that...Read full review »
57OOO via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/01/21
Outstanding Political Reflections
This is a fascinating podcast by recently retired University of Michigan-Dearborn political science professor Ron Stockton. Stockton draws on his reading, research, and direct experience, to give thoughtful analyses of political conflicts such as the Arab-Israeli conflict and vivid character...Read full review »
Bran Arbor via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/24/21
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