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Episode 994: Making It Work

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Episode 994: Making It Work

Episode 994: Making It Work

Episode 994: Making It Work

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The Planet Money crew gets a surprise visit from a Sweet Farm Animal Ambassador.
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The past few weeks have been rough, to say the very least. So, we're setting aside big picture economics for a moment to peer between the cracks — into the places where little businesses find a way.

This episode — a handful of tiny stories about people improvising their way through this new, weird frontier. We've got farm animals, a crafty comeback, mid-career Clint Eastwood, and a final story... with a twist.

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