November 17th Show

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The cover of Sarah Palin's book.

Sarah Palin's book stacked on a pallet in the back room of a Utah Costco.

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Where Are The Jobs?
Unemployment numbers in the U.S. are the highest they've been since 1983, but there are still some jobs out there. Businessweek's Dean Foust breaks down where the jobs are, which industries are growing and which states will rebound fastest.

Reviewing 'Going Rogue'
On the day it's released, one-time vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's new memoir, Going Rogue, is already on its way to the bestseller lists. Pundits are combing the book for signs of Palin's political ambitions — and prospects. But, is the book a good read? We'll ask NPR's Andrea Seabrook.

George Carlin's 'Last Words'
Comedian George Carlin questioned, condemned and confronted what he called "middle class crap." Before his death last year, Carlin spent ten years working on a memoir, Last Words, with his long-time friend, writer Tony Hendra. Rebecca Roberts talks to Hendra about Carlin's life and legacy.

Modern Takes On Blackface
White actors in black make-up, perpetrating black stereotypes. That's the history of blackface. We ask Chicago Tribune columnist Dawn Turner Trice, are modern takes on blackface insensitive, or just irreverent?

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