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Talk of the Nation for August 31, 2011

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Why High School Reunions Are Good For You, Really

Why High School Reunions Are Good For You, Really

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Talk of the Nation for August 30, 2011

Karl Marlantes shipped off to Vietnam as a 23-year-old second lieutenant in 1968. Express Newspapers/Getty Images hide caption

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'Matterhorn' Author On What It's Like 'To Go To War'

'Matterhorn' Author On What It's Like 'To Go To War'

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Elizabeth Taylor died in March 2011 at the age of 79. Express Newspapers/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Summer Movies: The Timelessness Of Elizabeth Taylor

Summer Movies: The Timelessness Of Elizabeth Taylor

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Talk of the Nation for August 29, 2011

Talk of the Nation for August 26, 2011

Talk of the Nation for August 25, 2011

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College Freshmen Learn From 'Henrietta Lacks'

College Freshmen Learn From 'Henrietta Lacks'

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