Asian-American Vote, 18-Day Running Mate And Jimmy Cliff

Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff says the title of his new album, Rebirth, refers both to his own career and to humanity at large. i i

hide captionReggae superstar Jimmy Cliff says the title of his new album, Rebirth, refers both to his own career and to humanity at large.

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Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff says the title of his new album, Rebirth, refers both to his own career and to humanity at large.

Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff says the title of his new album, Rebirth, refers both to his own career and to humanity at large.

Tom Sheehan/Courtesy of the artist

In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, how Asian-Americans could decide the 2012 election. And the 1972 campaign debacle that forever changed the way candidates choose their running mates. Also, poverty climbing to the highest levels in decades. Plus, the music of Jimmy Cliff.

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