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That's 'Sir' to You: Stones' Mick Jagger Knighted

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That's 'Sir' to You: Stones' Mick Jagger Knighted

That's 'Sir' to You: Stones' Mick Jagger Knighted

That's 'Sir' to You: Stones' Mick Jagger Knighted

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Forty years after his band crashed onto the world stage with its bad boy image, Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger was knighted by Prince Charles today at Buckingham Palace in London. NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Melissa Block reflect on how the Stones have become part of the establishment.

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