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Rachel Maddow, full Rachel Anne Maddow, (born April 1, 1973, Castro Valley, California, USA), liberal American political commentator and radio and television personality, host of The Rachel Maddow Show (2008–) on the cable television channel MSNBC .
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Maddow grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area with her father’s attorney and the school administrator’s mother. He attended Stanford University, where he earned a B.A. in public order (1994). As a senior fellow, he won the John Gardner Fellowship Award for Public Service, which provided a salary, mentoring and placement for a 10-month period in a public service organization. Maddow worked with the AIDS legal reference group in San Francisco and became an AIDS supporter in prison. While in college, she decided to go out as a lesbian by publishing copies of an open letter to the community throughout her dorm. In 1995 she attended the University of Oxford as a Rhodes scholar. He holds a doctorate (D. Phil.) In politics in 2001; his thesis was entitled “HIV/AIDS and health reform in British and American prisons”.

Before graduating, Maddow returned to the United States, settling in western Massachusetts. There he resumed his patronage in prison against AIDS and carried out a series of strange jobs continuing to write his thesis. He eventually answered an open call from a local radio station for a “news girl” on a morning show in Holyoke, Massachusetts, and won the job. Maddow was the host’s sidekick on air for about a year before getting her show at a Northampton station. In the meantime, she finished her doctoral thesis and was awarded her doctorate. In 2004, when Maddow was working as a morning disc jockey, a friend handed over tapes of her work to a host of the fledgling liberal Air America radio network.

Maddow was immediately hired as a news reader and soon became host of Unfiltered with Lizz Winstead and Chuck D. After the cancellation of that show in 2005, she was given her show on weekdays of the same name, originally broadcast for an hour and later for two. He quickly developed his reputation as a question-oriented, loyal and left-leaning “political monster”. While continuing his radio work, in 2005 he began appearing on the conservative Tucker Carlson’s MSNBC conversation program. Engaging in polite but often heated discussions with Carlson, he cemented his image as a formidable debater.

Over the next few years, Maddow also made frequent guest appearances on other cable news and discussion shows as a representative of the political left. After Carlson’s show was canceled in 2008, he became a frequent guest on another MSNBC political opinion program, Countdown with Keith Olbermann. She quickly gained popularity with audiences and the common expectation that she would soon be given her show came true within a few years of her television debut.

The Rachel Maddow Show, a mix of news, opinion and entertainment, debuted on MSNBC on September 8, 2008. That year she appeared regularly as a panelist on MSNBC’s presidential campaign show, Race for the White House, whose audio was simulcast on Air America as the first hour of her late-night radio show; Maddow’s radio show ended with the demise of Air America in 2010. Maddow was considered a particularly well-prepared and knowledgeable guest, one who interviewed people from across the political spectrum, the arts and academia and covered topics from comics to political economy. While she did not hold back on the liberal views she supported and supported on radio and television, she was known for expressing them with a sense of humor and a lack of confusion that was unusual in the politically oriented world of programming.

In 2012, Maddow published the book Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power, a broad examination of U.S. military policy from the Vietnam War to the War in Afghanistan. In Blowout: Corrupt Democracy, Rogue State Russia and the richest and most destructive industry on earth (2019), he postulated that the oil and gas industry was undermining democracy.