All Things Considered for March 1, 2010 Hear the All Things Considered program for March 1, 2010

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Opinion

Why The Anti-Lenoism?

2 min

Why The Anti-Lenoism?

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Chile Quake: Emergency Without Parallel

Chile, Haiti Quakes Explained

4 min

Chile, Haiti Quakes Explained

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An Iraqi policeman walks past campaign posters of Ibrahim al-Jaafari, right, of the Shiite Iraqi National Alliance, and Iraqi Human Rights Minister Wijdan Salim, left, of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's State of Law Coalition, at night in Baghdad, Iraq, March 1, 2010. Iraqis head to the polls on March 7 for an important national election. Hadi Mizban/AP hide caption

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Religion Plays A Lesser Role In Iraq's Election Season

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A drawing of Polish composer and pianist Frederic Chopin on his deathbed. Kean Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Chopin At 200

Chopin's Iconic Funeral March

5 min

Chopin's Iconic Funeral March

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