A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, can the country create jobs without spending money? What do Adolph Hitler, Martin Luther King, and John F Kennedy all have in common? The power of blues dancing, a soviet mole, and guitarist L.D. Brown, who records under the name Grey Reverend, on his debut solo recording, "Of the Days."
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A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

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A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

A Soviet Mole, The Benefits Of Madness And Blues Dancing

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, can the country create jobs without spending money? What do Adolph Hitler, Martin Luther King, and John F Kennedy all have in common? The power of blues dancing, a soviet mole, and guitarist L.D. Brown, who records under the name Grey Reverend, on his debut solo recording, "Of the Days."

A couple dances at the Polish Club in San Francisco, which hosts a night of blues dancing every Monday. Alexis Estrada/Alexis Estrada hide caption

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