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My God has a Telephone
Low Pressure
Chameleon Emancipator

H. Keith Melton, a longtime collector of spy artifacts, stands next to the axe that was used to kill Soviet exile Leon Trotsky in Mexico in 1940. The axe is part of Melton's huge collection that he's donated to the new International Spy Museum. Greg Myre/NPR hide caption

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A New Spy Museum That Tackles Torture And Other Tough Questions

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Goldeneye Tina Turner
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Duet for Guitars, No. 3 M. Ward

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50 Years On, The Last Poets Keep Telling The Truth To Unite The Black Community

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Smoking Signals Sean Hayes
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