Renee Montagne Renee Montagne is a special correspondent and host at NPR.
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Historian: Free Education Drew Immigrants to America

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Iraqi Groups Argue for Postponing Elections

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Classical Composers and Their Clunkers

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Thanksgiving at 'America's Test Kitchen'

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Dutch Parliament Member Calls for Halt to Muslim Immigration

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MIT-Trained Artist Blurs Technology and Art

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