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    SantaClausIndiana
    Dec 27, 2020
    8

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Fascinating

    Really good short series. Only exception is if you’re going to “act out” scenes from the story, please hire some actual actors. That part was embarrassing.

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    rankinc
    Nov 19, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Entertaining and factual

    A great podcast.

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    nickname_less10
    Nov 11, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Great - but it’s a rerun

    Has anyone noticed these are repurposed episodes from the now defunct legal wars - what’s going with wondry? They make great content but at times episodes disappear from the food and it never explained (e.g. one on one and Legal Wars). Like business wars one person does all the voices - I can see how they can be irritating to some but I enjoy it. Anyway wondery thank you for this content but don’t act like this is new - I listened to these episodes two years ago. And be more transparent with your listeners!

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    MonaMtn
    Oct 28, 2020
    2

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Don’t bother

    Narrator is awful.

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    Senorita Anitala
    Oct 23, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    The Chicago 7

    Execellently done. Thank you!

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    StefMMandC
    Oct 23, 2020
    2

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    terrible storytelling

    it’s nearly impossible to follow. Terrible vignette acting. intrusive music and sound effects. After rewinding episode 1 several times and unable to figure out who was who and who was saying what -i gave up. i listen to about 6-8 political or serial podcasts a day and have never been unable to follow a story. don’t bother!

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    Dearth grub
    Oct 20, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Well done

    Fascinating

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    Shotataduck
    Oct 13, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    1968 = 2020

    1968 sounds a lot like 2020.

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    Jem12093487
    Oct 13, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Can’t wait!

    Heard this is coming out on Netflix as a documentary, can’t wait to hear the podcast

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    Mazer1789
    Oct 13, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Better than Netflix

    This series sounds amazing. Can’t wait to hear the whole thing!

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    LPportwash
    Oct 13, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Perfect timing

    With the Netflix special!

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    Cake&Heels
    Oct 13, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Chicago 7

    Relevant

    Feels too relevant to today. The more things change the more they stay the same.

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    That's all folks!
5 Episodes 92 Ratings First Aired: Oct 9, 2020

When protesters descended on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in 1968, they came to peacefully protest racism, politics and the country’s involvement in Vietnam. But the whole world watched as the police beat and arrested protestors. The conflict became the spark that ignited a revolution, and the men who led the protests were put on trial--which came to be known as “the Trial of the Chicago 7.” From Wondery, the makers of American Scandal and American History Tellers, comes this incredible true story about the defendants charged with inciting riots and conspiracy. And the culture war that followed. Hosted by the lawyer, actor, and activist Hill Harper.

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5 Episodes 92 Ratings First Aired: Oct 9, 2020

When protesters descended on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in 1968, they came to peacefully protest racism, politics and the country’s involvement in Vietnam. But the whole world watched as the police beat and arrested protestors. The conflict became the spark that ignited a revolution, and the men who led the protests were put on trial--which came to be known as “the Trial of the Chicago 7.” From Wondery, the makers of American Scandal and American History Tellers, comes this incredible true story about the defendants charged with inciting riots and conspiracy. And the culture war that followed. Hosted by the lawyer, actor, and activist Hill Harper.

Published by

People

Tagged with

History
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