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Fifty Years After Studs Terkel Published 'Hard Times' ... Here We Are Again

Studs Terkel's bestselling oral history of the Great Depression came out in 1970. Who could've guessed it would feel so relevant half a century later?

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Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf) Pixies
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Starcourt Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
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U.S. Census Bureau worker Marisela Gonzales stands by a display of books and flyers about the 2020 census at a walk-up counting site in Greenville, Texas, in July. The bureau's employees are under a time crunch to try to complete the national head count after the agency announced that counting will end a month early. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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'Not Enough Time': Census Workers Fear Rushing Count Could Botch Results

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Fifty Years After Studs Terkel Published 'Hard Times' ... Here We Are Again

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