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Food Safety, Twitter Poetry, Leading Young Muslims, and The Myth Of The Noble Savage

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Food Safety, Twitter Poetry, Leading Young Muslims, and The Myth Of The Noble Savage

Food Safety, Twitter Poetry, Leading Young Muslims, and The Myth Of The Noble Savage

Food Safety, Twitter Poetry, Leading Young Muslims, and The Myth Of The Noble Savage

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, looking back at a landmark moment in food safety, a program that makes poetry out of Tweets, anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon, and tenor Jonas Kaufman.