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Letters & Politics seeks to explore the history behind today’s major global and national news stories. Hosted by Mitch Jeserich.

Customer Reviews

Good show

Goes indepth on current affairs.

Great show

I love this program. I can't always listen to it on the radio so I listen to the podcast version. It's really great. It covers current events such as the Occupy movement, foreign affairs, and the Obama administration. It also covers historical stuff like unions, socialism, neoliberalism, and more. It definitely has a leftist perspective, but isn't obnoxious or soap-boxy.


‘Letters and Politics’ deserves credit for the guests and the subjects that it covers, but the host is a little hard to listen to. He often restates exactly what the guest has just said or makes very general, obvious points. His speaking style seems a little contrived as well…it sounds like he is playing journalist at times. All in all, it tends to fell like a class project, in my opinion. Maybe I’m being nitpicky, but after all, you do listen to these things, so voice and style counts.