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Like a lightning strike on a pile of sun-baked sagebrush in August, the saga of the Bundy family and their rebellion against the federal government was just a spark that ignited a long-simmering fuel of anger and frustration in America from supporters and those opposed to federal management of public lands.
Leah Sottile, a visiting professor this semester at the University of Montana School of Journalism, has compiled an exhaustively researched, balanced audio narrative looking at the whole episode. She and her team started with the origins and continued to the play-by-play details and fallout from two armed standoffs that drew global attention to the idea of anti-government sympathizers in America. Her two-season podcast in collaboration with Longreads and Oregon Public Broadcasting, called “Bundyville,” has over 1 million listens.
Monday night, Sottile will be giving the annual T. Anthony Pollner Lecture on campus about her path to journalism and her experience of digging into the Bundys’ lives.

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