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    Viva La (American) Revolution

    Does national pride come at the cost of historical accuracy? We’ll talk about the collective narrative about America’s founding with Andrew M. Schocket, author of “Fighting Over the Founders: How We Remember the American Revolution.”

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    Working In A Warzone

    Photojournalist Lynsey Addario focuses her lens on the impact of conflict, particularly on women and girls. This hour, we’ll talk with her about her new memoir, “It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War.”

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    The Limits Of Political Correctness

    While defenders of political correctness say it makes discussions more productive, its critics argue just the opposite. We’ll talk this hour about the pros and cons of PC culture.

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    The Ideal Office

    Even if we all have the same BORGSJÖ desk from Ikea, there are small changes you can make to increase productivity at work. We’ll talk with the author of “The Best Place to Work” to figure out how to make the most of our working hours.

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    Grading Our Schools

    Who should be held responsible if students under-perform? We’ll talk about school accountability with William McKenzie, editorial director of the Bush Institute.

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    The Power of Stagger Lee

    It’s rare for a musical to be completely produced in North Texas, but Dallas Theater Center has done just that with “Stagger Lee.” This hour, we’ll talk to creator Will Power about his adaptation of the legendary character.

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    Introverts In Love

    This hour, we’ll talk about how a shy suitor can woo a mate with Sophia Dembling, author of “Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After.”

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    The Hairy Truth

    We’ll talk this hour with historian Rebecca Herzig on the history of hair removal and its impact on modern culture.

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    Caring For The Minds Of Vets

    We’ll talk to Howard and Jean Somers, who’ve made it their mission to increase access to mental healthcare for veterans after the suicide of their son, Daniel.

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