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Urban Combat, 'Inherent Vice,' And LA County's Burial Of The Unclaimed

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Urban Combat, 'Inherent Vice,' And LA County's Burial Of The Unclaimed

Urban Combat, 'Inherent Vice,' And LA County's Burial Of The Unclaimed

This episode is the last podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered. Instead of hearing WATC stories here, you can now hear them, and other stories, on the new app, NPR One, and on Twitter @nprWATC.

Urban Combat, 'Inherent Vice,' And LA County's Burial Of The Unclaimed

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LA County has held a ceremony for the unclaimed dead since 1896. In this photo from 2005, Albert Gaskin (far right) reads prayers as the cremated remains of more than 1,600 people are buried. Nick Ut/Associated Press hide caption

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LA County has held a ceremony for the unclaimed dead since 1896. In this photo from 2005, Albert Gaskin (far right) reads prayers as the cremated remains of more than 1,600 people are buried.

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