Slow Burn is a narrative podcast produced by Slate Plus, a division of Slate. The first season was about the Watergate scandal and the second is about the Impeachment of Bill Clinton. The show is hosted by Leon Neyfakh. The podcast premiered on November 28, 2017 and became "one of the top shows on Apple Podcast."

Linda appeared on Episode 7 (“Bedfellows”) of the second season to discuss the feminist response to the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal.

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Sandra Day O’Connor was a trailblazer. Too bad Bush v. Gore ruined her legacy, THE WasHINGTON POST, OCTOBER 2018

This week, retired justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, announced that her dementia is so advanced that she can no longer continue in public life. O’Connor’s was a heroic story, complete with cowboys and horses. But the heroine flinched as the clock touched high noon. In 2000, she cast the critical fifth vote to stop the recount and ensure a GOP presidency in Bush v. Gore. Her legacy is forever tainted by the consequences of that decision.

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