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An Election Special, The Winner of 3 Minute Fiction, RZA, and Taylor Swift

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An Election Special, The Winner of 3 Minute Fiction, RZA, and Taylor Swift

An Election Special, The Winner of 3 Minute Fiction, RZA, and Taylor Swift

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An Election Special, The Winner of 3 Minute Fiction, RZA, and Taylor Swift

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the results of the last poll before Tuesday's election, the winner of the 3 minute fiction competition, reuniting Crossfire, and an interview with Taylor Swift.

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