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Show #145 | November 12, 2016 | In Deep’s first show after the election was about venting feelings, and ways to cope and conquer. You can listen or download to either version of our post-election show. The Radio cut is just as it was heard on our stations and streams. The audio has been trimmed to fit the stations’ broadcast clocks, and several profanities have been bleeped over. The Raw cut has been left as close as possible to what our live audience experienced, with only minor technical adjustments. It includes profanities and listener discretion is advised.

Professor Charles Postel of San Francisco State University is an historian of political thought and social movements. His study of the Populist movement of the 1890s, The Populist Vision (Oxford, 2007), received the Bancroft Prize and the Frederick Jackson Turner Award. He has taught at UC Berkeley, Sacramento State University, and the University of Heidelberg (Germany), and is a Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center.

Dr. Paul Marcille is the President-Elect of the California Psychological Association. He has a private psychology practice in Palo Alto and is Director of Undergraduate Programs and a Professor at Palo Alto University.

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