inability to consistently present them in a coherent and meaningful way . . . I have to imagine that the purpose of these videos are to create a desire for knowledge, not to satiate that desire. . . quantity over quality . . . would benefit immensely from some editorial control from people who know what they're talking about . . . factual inaccuracies . . . a lack of comprehensiveness . . . very compressed format . . . I'd really love to see what John could to with a deeper look at a smaller period of time or a narrower topic . . . a meaningless statement—or rather, its only actual meaning is "I would rather talk about trade than war." . . . their attitude toward accuracy . . . they need to . . . . add a section in each video addressing concerns/ corrections/ clarifications brought to their attention . . . don't hold up so well to someone who's more familiar with the subject . . . It's not that the videos are full of egregious inaccuracies or anything, it's just that there's only so much you can do in 10-15 minutes.
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