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Is All Policing Political?

Still Spying Podcast July 10, 2020 69


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    Is All Policing Political?
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A recurrent theme of the first two episodes was the FBI’s dual roles as a law enforcement and an intelligence agency and what this means for civil liberties. This episode takes a different approach looking at the FBI within the context of recent calls for police abolition.

If all policing is political, after all, what does that mean for how we view political policing? To explore this question host Chip Gibbons is joined in conversation by Alex Vitale, author of The End of Policing.

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