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The State Of Palestinian Statehood, And Ricky Martin

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The State Of Palestinian Statehood, And Ricky Martin

The State Of Palestinian Statehood, And Ricky Martin

The State Of Palestinian Statehood, And Ricky Martin

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Ricky Martin performs as Ché in the current Broadway run of Evita. Martin will leave the show in January 2013. Richard Termine hide caption

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Ricky Martin performs as Ché in the current Broadway run of Evita. Martin will leave the show in January 2013.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the state of Palestinian statehood, and the geography of wealth. Also, how an unknown writer sold 18 million copies of his first novel, and Ricky Martin on being Che in Broadway's "Evita." Plus, punk legend Ian Mackaye's The Evens.

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