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PodMag January 2017

Updated Wednesday, 25th January 2017
PodMag is the monthly update of news, views and interviews from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Arts (FASS) at The Open University.

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This edition of the PodMag focuses on the American Presidential election. We hear from Richard Heffernan, Agnes Czajka and William Brown about their thoughts in terms of the election as a democratic process, the nature of the campaign and about how Trump, as President, may fair as leader within an international context.

Select here for a copy of the transcript of this audio

This blog post is part of Society Matters. The blog seeks to inform, stimulate and challenge our understanding of this changing world and of our humbling role within it.
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