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Fresh Air for April 30, 2018: Journalist Alex Wagner On 'Futureface'

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A Journalist Seeks Out Her Roots, But Finds Few Answers In The Soil

A Journalist Seeks Out Her Roots, But Finds Few Answers In The Soil

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Fresh Air for April 28, 2018: CNN's Jake Tapper; Poet Gregory Pardlo

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Fresh Air Weekend: CNN's Jake Tapper; Poet Gregory Pardlo

Fresh Air Weekend: CNN's Jake Tapper; Poet Gregory Pardlo

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Fresh Air for April 27, 2018: Remembering 'Schoolhouse Rock!' Musician Bob Dorough

Fresh Air for April 26, 2018: CNN's Jake Tapper

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CNN's Jake Tapper On McCarthyism, Trump And The 'Jar Jar Binks Principle'

CNN's Jake Tapper On McCarthyism, Trump And The 'Jar Jar Binks Principle'

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Fresh Air for April 25, 2018: How America's White Power Movement Coalesced After The Vietnam War

An undated photo shows a Ku Klux Klansman and Neo-Nazi demonstrator holding symbolic shields at a march in Palm Beach, Fla. In Bring the War Home, author Kathleen Belew argues that America's disparate racists groups came together after the Vietnam War. Steven D Starr/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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How America's White Power Movement Coalesced After The Vietnam War

How America's White Power Movement Coalesced After The Vietnam War

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