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Talk of the Nation for November 16, 2011

Talk of the Nation for November 15, 2011

John Ridge, a prominent member of the Cherokee nation, thought voluntary migration was the best way for American Indians to retain their culture as U.S. settlers expanded westward in the 1830s. Library of Congress hide caption

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'Cherokee Patriots': Planning The Trail Of Tears

'Cherokee Patriots': Planning The Trail Of Tears

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Talk of the Nation for November 14, 2011

When it comes to the basics, translation is relatively straightforward. But David Bellos argues that translating sentences, not to mention books, is inherently complex. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'A Fish In Your Ear': What Gets Lost In Translation

'A Fish In Your Ear': What Gets Lost In Translation

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Talk of the Nation for November 11, 2011

Talk of the Nation for November 10, 2011

A trio get a closer look at the large waves cresting over the seawall just south of Nome's Front Street in Nome, Alaska, Wednesday., Nov. 9, 2011. Tyler Rhodes/AP Photo hide caption

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Receding Sea Ice Helps Storm Hammer Alaska's Coast

Receding Sea Ice Helps Storm Hammer Alaska's Coast

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Dominic Fredianelli and Cole Smith returned to their homes on Michigan's Upper Peninsula after their tours in Afghanistan. Justin Hennard/ hide caption

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'Where Soldiers Come From,' And How They Return

'Where Soldiers Come From,' And How They Return

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