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The Ezra Klein Show

By Vox.com

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Description

Ezra Klein gives you a chance to get inside the heads of the newsmakers and power players in politics and media. These are extended conversations with policymakers, writers, technologists, and business leaders about what they believe in and why. Look elsewhere for posturing confrontation and quick reactions to the day's news. Subscribe for the anti-soundbite.

Customer Reviews

Informative, fun

Can’t get enough of these shows. Listened to all of In the Weeds to date, and now the Ezra Klein Show as well. Long-form interviews have always been interesting, and Ezra balances his questions and gives his interviewees room to expand on their ideas. Check out his interview with Bernie Sanders on Vox.com as well.

Favorite part in this series, so far, is Rachel Maddow explaining her methods of solving a problem with activism. Start right around 53:20, if you weren’t really sure what activism was before or thought that it just meant waving signs in front of government buildings, prepare to learn something cool.

Interesting conversation between intelligent people

Loved the first episode and I'm looking forward to the next one.

Intelligent, insightful and important conversations.

I love this new podcast. The interviews and complete but I always find myself wanting more. Ezra is knowledgable and well researched on the disciplines of his interviewees but wastes little time proving it. I look forward to the episodes each week.