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 Sea Change Radio 
 Weekly Program
 John Stoehr
 Sea Change Radio  
As 2020 comes to a close, we are reminded of the old proverb, "It's always darkest just before the dawn." Covid deaths in the US have reached over 335,000 and ICU vacancies across the country are dangerously low; the current president is throwing a temper-tantrum and reminding us, once again, that our civic and political systems were not built in anticipation of people completely devoid of honor. On top of it all, we don't get to finish this doozy of a year with anything close to the celebration it merits. Things do seem dark. But the second part of the adage is about dawn -- something bright, warm, and hopeful on the horizon. This week on Sea Change Radio, in part 2 of our discussion with writer and political analyst John Stoehr, we try to turn the page on the Trump era, examine the Democrat/Republican divide in terms of messaging and policy, and talk about the gerontocracy that's pulling the levers of governmental power in both parties

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00:29:00 English 2020-12-29
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