All Things Considered for February 5, 2011 Hear the All Things Considered program for February 5, 2011

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Post Mortem: Death Investigation In America

Autopsy Cutbacks Reveal 'Gray Homicides'

8 min

Autopsy Cutbacks Reveal 'Gray Homicides'

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Peggy Orenstein's latest book takes a look at the rise of the pink-and-pretty girlie-girl culture that's becoming increasingly difficult for parents to avoid. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Author Interviews

Saving Our Daughters From An Army Of Princesses

6 min

Saving Our Daughters From An Army Of Princesses

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Music Interviews

The Sway Machinery: Finding Inspiration In The Desert

8 min

The Sway Machinery: Finding Inspiration In The Desert

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