What has been learned since the insurrection?

1/9/2022 6:14:00 PM

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“Its intent was bipartisan but it ended up being very Democrat-heavy.” jonfasman explains why only two Republicans are part of the committee investigating the January 6th attack, on our “Checks and Balance” podcast

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The Economist’s James Astill combs through the committee’s findings. We trace the link between the disputed election of 1876 and the insurrection. And anti-Trump Republican Sarah Longwell assessesto the events of a year ago.John Prideaux presents with Jon Fasman and Charlotte Howard. Runtime: 44 min

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What has the House Select Committee set up to investigate January 6th discovered so far? The Economist ’s James Astill combs through the committee’s findings. We trace the link between the disputed election of 1876 and the insurrection. And anti-Trump Republican Sarah Longwell assesses to the events of a year ago. “They are doing it in primary and secondary schools and in colleges. John Prideaux presents with Jon Fasman and Charlotte Howard. Runtime: 44 min For full access to print, digital and audio editions as well as exclusive live events, subscribe to The Economist ..