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Political Money Men '12, A Voice-over Prodigy And The Lumineers

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Political Money Men '12, A Voice-Over Prodigy And The Lumineers

Political Money Men '12, A Voice-Over Prodigy And The Lumineers

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Political Money Men '12, A Voice-over Prodigy And The Lumineers

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the outside money steering the presidential race and reflections from veterans on fallen comrades. Also, the teen web sensation with a surprising voice. Plus, a Korean rapper who's faced an internet backlash and music from The Lumineers.