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Made In The USA: Saving The American Brand

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Made In The USA: Saving The American Brand

Made In The USA: Saving The American Brand

Made In The USA: Saving The American Brand

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With special permission from The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation
The Snowy Day. Credit: With special permission from The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation
With special permission from The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation

In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, saving the American brand: stories from Kodak and a conversation with GM CEO Daniel Akerson. Plus, Jackson Pollack at 100, Presidents and foreign languages, and plagiarism on Amazon. Also, The Snowy Day turns 50 and the French duo Air.