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Maureen has been listening to audiobooks at night; Dan has some serious questions about where she’s been getting them from. No one has been sleeping much, not Maureen, or Dan, or Donald Trump. It has been a week of midnight creeping, late night tweeting, and general mayhem. Debate meltdowns, imaginary sex tapes, leaked taxes, and increasingly inflammatory proclamations--how to cope with it all? Enter 538’s Farai Chideya, who has been traveling the country this election season, getting to know voters up close. She shares a deeply enlightening, uplifting, and humane take on how we can come together, despite our differences (and how we may not be as different as we seem).
Farai Chideya has covered every elections since 1996 for outlets including CNN, NPR, and, currently, FiveThirty Eight, where she's doing the series FiveThirtyEight.com/TheVoters. The most recent of her six books is The Episodic Career. She lives in Brooklyn and loves science fiction and hiking, both of which have kept her nominally sane during this election.
Our audiobook narrator is Simon Cole. Simon is a London-based actor and voiceover artist. Find out how to have Simon narrate your audiobook at www.simoncole.co.uk.
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