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'Landslide' podcast traces the roots of our political divide

President Gerald Ford, right, speaks as Jimmy Carter listens during the first of three televised debates on Sept. 23, 1976, in Philadelphia. (AP)
President Gerald Ford, right, speaks as Jimmy Carter listens during the first of three televised debates on Sept. 23, 1976, in Philadelphia. (AP)

Here & Now‘s Scott Tong talks with Ben Bradford, the writer, reporter and executive producer of the podcast “Landslide.” The podcast centers on the 1976 presidential race, the tightest primary ever and the sharp rise of the conservative wing of the Republican party.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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