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Aaron and Chuck needed extra time this month to discuss something Chuck feels pretty strongly about:  should our U.S. senators be elected by state legislatures? 

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IRRRB

We continue talking about programs and ideas that work or could use reform this week on Dig Deep.  In our final on-air conversation (there's a special podcast/online edition coming your way!) we look at the IRRRB. 

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Forbes

This week our Dig Deep conversations are about what works and what doesn't work.  Monday we talked Universal Basic Income and today electoral college

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This is the bonus edition of Dig Deep where Aaron and Chuck talk predictions of 2018.  Let us know topics you think we should address on Dig Deep....and sign up for the podcast here. 

Chuck mentions a book he loved this year "The Righteous Mind:  Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion" by Jonathan Haidt. 

Katie Carter

Our final on-air conversation on the stories of 2017 (those of you listening in podcast or online get a bonus!) where Heidi Holtan poses the year of women to Chuck and Aaron

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It's been a year of the Dig Deep segments and podcasts where we pair Aaron Brown and Chuck Marohn to explore issues that are relevant in our communities and the larger world.  In December they are taking the time to look back at 2017.  Chuck poses the first topic.

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Here's your special podcast/website ONLY edition of the Give and Take, unfiltered.  ENJOY!

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This time Aaron and Chuck move into contemporary times.  Is it possible to be a liberal Republican or a conservative Democrat in this day and age?

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In this segment they reference Bill Bishop's book "The Big Sort".

Sometimes it's good to learn about the past to understand the present AND the future.  Does the present repeat the past or does it parallel the past?  Or neither?

In this installment Aaron and Chuck go more deeply into the origins of the Republican and Democratic parties, specifically in Minnesota.  They begin the conversation with Republican President Abraham Lincoln. 

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