The New Yorker Radio Hour
An Alternative Oscars Ceremony, and Ezra Klein on Why We’re Polarized
Jan 24, 2020 · 28 min
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It’s time for the most anticipated of all awards shows: the Brodys, in which The New Yorker’s Richard Brody shares the best films of the year, according to Richard Brody. And the political commentator Ezra Klein explains why he thinks politics have gotten as polarized as they are: we care too much about party identity and not enough about policy.

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