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What You Don’t Know About Marie Kondo

Margaret Dilloway joins us to talk about how Shinto beliefs influenced Marie Kondo – and about what it’s like to see the Kondo phenomenon from two perspectives. Her essay “What White, Western Audiences Don’t Understand About Marie Kondo’s ‘Tidying Up’” appears in The Huffington Post.

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A Century Of Protest Songs

James Sullivan joins us to trace the evolution of protest songs – from the early days of World War I to the present, which he writes about in “Which Side Are You On? 20th Century American History in 100 Protest Songs.”

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The Roadblock To Medicare-for-All

Dylan Scott joins us to talk about the biggest roadblock to expanding Medicare: the 160 million Americans who receive insurance through their jobs. His story “Is Employer-Sponsored Insurance Really a Good Deal for Workers?” appears on Vox.

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