C. Owen Paepke on How Voters Can Reclaim the White House for “Bipartisan” Governance
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In this episode, Andrew talks to C. Owen Paepke, the author of The Purple Presidency, 2024, about how voters can reclaim the White House for “bipartisan” governance
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C. Owen Paepke is the author of The Evolution of Progress (named best nonfiction book of 1993 by NPR’s Talk of the Nation) and the three-volume series The Seinfeld Election, which was praised by reviewers as “a provocative investigation into the American political divide.” He has written and spoken widely on technology and science policy, including a keynote address on the future of science to the fiftieth-anniversary meeting of the Federation of American Scientists and a speech on the prospects for technological and economic progress at the Smithsonian Institution. He lives in Arizona, where he practiced for many years as an attorney specializing in antitrust and intellectual property, and is a graduate of Stanford and the University of Chicago.