Episode

4/10 Keith Wailoo: Pain: A Political History & For Members Only Colin Quinn

April 10, 2015

Keith Wailoo, a professor of history at Princeton University and author of Pain: A Political Historythe political history of pain and drive to seek relief from pain. Pain theory in politics and how it plays out in criminal justice and policy. Also how pain can explain the liberal and conservative divide.

Also for Members Only! A Conversation from the Air America days with comedian Colin Quinn.

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