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Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

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Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

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DOJ Responds To Duke's Data

The U.S. Department of Justice responds to crime data referenced by David Duke last month during an on-air conversation with NPR's Michel Martin.

In this week's Back Talk with host Michel Martin and Digital Media Producer Lee Hill, hear from bloggers in response to a recent interview with former antiwar activist Bill Ayers and a discussion about the potential legacy of future First Lady Michelle Obama's on the White House.

Plus, hear the U.S. Department of Justice to crime data referenced by David Duke during a Tell Me More conversation last month.