Host Ira Glass wonders what the Democrats stand for, and then goes in search of an answer.
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The secret games delegates play to amuse themselves, differences between Republican and Democratic convention delegates, and more.
The latest installment of Michael Lewis's campaign diaries.
One of the boys from the book There Are No Children Here goes back to his old neighborhood across from the Convention site.
Host Ira Glass follows a delegation to find out what people actually do at a convention.
Sex advice columnist Dan Savage tells the odd story of how he became a Republican state convention delegate even though he's a Democrat and gay.
Ira wonders what the Dole campaign is thinking.
Former Saturday Night Live writer Robert Smigel — who impersonates Dole on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and the deceased Dana Carvey Show — gives step-by-step instructions on how to imitate the Republican nominee.
Ira speaks with Professor Glenn Loury. Loury failed to stand up for a light-skinned friend at a black unity rally in the sixties.
The late Ron Brown, the former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, could have had an easy life, but chose instead to take on stressful, difficult tasks.
Host Ira Glass brings together a panel of Republicans to discuss their lack of excitement about then-presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Bob Dole.