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Fresh Air For Feb. 26, 2021: The Legacies Of Sam Cooke, Muhammad Ali And Malcolm X

Fresh Air For Feb. 24, 2021: Writer Tim O'Brien

Tim O'Brien was a foot soldier during the Vietnam War. "The problem for me really is that I questioned the rectitude of the war," he says. "I thought I was doing the wrong thing by being there." Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures hide caption

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Tim O'Brien On Late-In-Life Fatherhood And The Things He Carried From Vietnam

Tim O'Brien On Late-In-Life Fatherhood And The Things He Carried From Vietnam

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Fresh Air For Feb. 23, 2021: Inside The 'Ten Year War' Over Obamacare

Fresh Air For Feb. 22, 2021: Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen, shown here in 2019, has been nominated for three Golden Globe Awards: two for acting in and producing Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and another for his supporting actor role in The Trial of the Chicago 7. Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Sacha Baron Cohen On 'Borat' Ethics And Why His Disguise Days Are Over

Sacha Baron Cohen On 'Borat' Ethics And Why His Disguise Days Are Over

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