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    mwren.3452SWKBVNTU
    May 3
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    B

    Haters back off

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    Llallall
    Mar 26
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    So far so good

    Have just begun the journey but I think the series is well done. The difficult process of keeping the perspective of the events in the context of the periods in which they occurred is promising so far.

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    1976ro
    Feb 21
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Very impressive

    Congrats on job well done. Enjoyed each and everyone.

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    robster7996
    Feb 19
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Bravo!

    Every episode is spectacular!

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    Real Futurama Fan
    Feb 8
    4

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Clear and present bias

    From the election of President George Washington to around the 1900’s, the commentary of this podcast is great. But once you get closer to present day the clear left bias becomes more and more prevalent. The last 3 episodes of this series are terrible and absolute trash. This must be why historians keep from weighing in on modern events.

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    Rdctfvygbuhnijmok,pl.
    Jan 27
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    May have binged the whole thing…

    Amazing, got me into history.

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    Terneang
    Jan 26
    2

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Biased

    Very biased take on history—not impressed.

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    TippecanoeAndTylerLockettToo
    Jan 5
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Wish it was still around

    Informative and compelling storytelling by the best in the podcast business.

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    😎🤪😏
    Jan 3
    2

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Seriously 😐

    I have not listened to anything, but even the name of the Pres. Trump/Biden episode is biased. Why is it named “soul of America”, not “make America great again”?Actually, “soul of America” is a lame and pointless slogan. Why are liberals saying that they trying to save people’s souls? Liberal agenda is proving that they are doing exactly the opposite. Puhleease, America isn’t that stupid. However, “make America great again” is a fact based, intelligent, and honest slogan because that’s what President Trump is doing! Duh.

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    jackcarrigan
    Nov 27, 2021
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Best way to learn about presidents and elections.

    I learned far more and loved the coverage of elections than I did in my college “presidents” class

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    Leafryan
    Nov 10, 2021
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Wow!

    Ok this dude sure knows how to do a podcast and it’s super entertaining! I’m a new fan!

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    JenYakHistory
    Nov 4, 2021
    8

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    Males doing female re-enactments

    I love this podcast. The content is great—unbiased and the format is engaging. I love the stories at the beginning and throughout. The only critique is that male voices are used in re-enactments for female historical figures. I’m guessing the same person does all of the voices, but this is cringey and out of touch. Please use females to voice females in re-enactments.

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    nana12241224
    Oct 21, 2021
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Illuminating and Fascinating!

    One of the best “history channels” I’ve ever had. There are many history-related podcasts but most of them are quite boring so that you couldn’t maintain your passion for too long before you unfollow them. Listening to this one you’ll never fall to sleep!

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    spdenbfnfbfr
    Sep 8, 2021
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Great

    Great podcast enough said

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    Rob Osborn
    Aug 9, 2021
    2

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Selective truth…

    Selective truth and biased information. Cherry picking information, on either side, is NEVER a good thing.

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    Shainsaw.
    Aug 7, 2021
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Fair and Balanced

    Most of the one star reviews are just people who are upset that the episodes covering the last few years actually told the truth and that truth doesn’t align with their narrative. This is very informed and factual story telling.

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    MacUser18
    Aug 7, 2021
    10

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Fantastic

    Learned so much about American history. Thank you for the hard work, and for making it entertaining

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    Raging Reagan
    Jul 1, 2021
    8

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Great minus the 1976 & ‘80 Episodes

    Love this series! Such great story telling. Sometimes a little cought up on the suspense but overall excellent. The disappointing part that keeps me from a 5 star is is 1976 and 1980 episodes. The sheer disregard for Jimmy Carter is glaring. Until the last 10 minutes of the ‘76 episode we hear Donald Rumsfeld’s name mentioned as many times as Carter’s! In the ‘80 episode we hear more from the sound guy at a debate than we do the sitting president. No one in the series who is elected president is given such a harsh treatment and causal disregard. Carter has an incredible story that could have been told but the episodes just brush him off as having failed policies. So much more could have been done with those two episodes and it’s really a missed opportunity for the listener.

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    gggghhvvwsxvbhh
    Jun 23, 2021
    4

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

    Good podcast until 1980’s coverage.

    It is pretty obvious that the host and production crew knows what they are doing. The story telling was excellent until the coverage reached the 1980s. At that point the liberal leanings of the production crew and host became more apparent. Many of the pods from that point on mentioned in one way or another the “future “of the Republican party and/or Donald Trump.

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    kinda biased yet great
    Jun 16, 2021
    8

    reviewed: American Elections: Wicked Game

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    Decent podcast, but why are people saying it is biased. I also bing listen every free moment I get.

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70 Episodes 3.6k Ratings First Aired: Sep 27, 2019

On February 10th, 1796, Vice President John Adams wrote to his wife Abigail, lamenting the state of discourse in the country. The election was nearing—and becoming heated. Newspapers screamed, factions warred, and John Adams was dismayed with what he called “the wicked Game.”Americans in 2020 can relate. They still have to endure weeks of shouting, outrage, and the worst sort of political rancor as the country once again chooses its president.But it’s almost always been this way. And to prove it, American Elections: Wicked Game will review the entire history of presidential elections, from the unanimous and inevitable election of George Washington in 1789 to Donald Trump’s surprise electoral victory in 2016.From the host of the American History Tellers and American Scandal, this new podcast will explore all 58 presidential elections to discover that there never never was a “good ol’ days,” and that presidential politics has always been played dirty.

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70 Episodes 3.6k Ratings First Aired: Sep 27, 2019

On February 10th, 1796, Vice President John Adams wrote to his wife Abigail, lamenting the state of discourse in the country. The election was nearing—and becoming heated. Newspapers screamed, factions warred, and John Adams was dismayed with what he called “the wicked Game.”Americans in 2020 can relate. They still have to endure weeks of shouting, outrage, and the worst sort of political rancor as the country once again chooses its president.But it’s almost always been this way. And to prove it, American Elections: Wicked Game will review the entire history of presidential elections, from the unanimous and inevitable election of George Washington in 1789 to Donald Trump’s surprise electoral victory in 2016.From the host of the American History Tellers and American Scandal, this new podcast will explore all 58 presidential elections to discover that there never never was a “good ol’ days,” and that presidential politics has always been played dirty.

Published by

People

Tagged with

History
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