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The Narrative Problem and Famous Lost Libraries

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The Narrative Problem and Famous Lost Libraries

The Narrative Problem and Famous Lost Libraries

The Narrative Problem and Famous Lost Libraries

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Michael Franti
Danny Clinch

You've heard the pundits compare President Jimmy Carter and President Barack Obama. NPR's Guy Raz parses out how apt that comparison really is. Then, what we lose when authors' personal libraries go missing. Ingrid Betancourt's perilous six years held captive by Colombian rebels  and Michael Franti on his latest album, The Sound of Sunshine.

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