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A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

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A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

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A couple dances at the Polish Club in San Francisco, which hosts a night of blues dancing every Monday. Alexis Estrada/Alexis Estrada hide caption

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, can the country create jobs without spending money? What do Adolph Hitler, Martin Luther King, and John F Kennedy all have in common? The power of blues dancing, a soviet mole, and guitarist L.D. Brown, who records under the name Grey Reverend, on his debut solo recording, "Of the Days."