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I often say on the show that politics and policy need to begin with a realistic model of human nature. This is a show about that level of the policy conversation: And this is a conversation of intense relevance to how we make social policy. Sapolsky and I also discuss whether free will is a myth, why he believes the prison system is incompatible with modern neuroscience, how Non professional homo pair loves to engulf knobs monkeys in times of social change helps makes sense of the current moment in American politics, and much more.

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For most of American history, American politics has been under one-party rule. For decades, that party was the Republican Party. Then, for decades more, it was the Democratic Party. That kind of close competition, Lee shows, makes the daily compromises of bipartisan governance literally irrational. And politicians know it. If everything is handled through compromise and conciliation, if there are no real issues dividing us from the Democrats, why should the country change and make us the majority?

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This debate often plays out with far less nuance than it deserves.