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Episode 14: People Who Need ‘People’

 Colombia’s FARC leader and presidential candidate Rodrigo Londono, also known as Timochenko, speaks during a presentation in Bogota, Colombia, January 27, 2018. (Jaime Saldarriaga/Reuters)

This episode begins with a meditation on “the people” – that phrase in the mouths of politicians left and right. We also hear some music: variations on “The People United Will Never Be Defeated!” Jay then talks about immigration, sports, and some other things. He ends with The Parade – the parade ordered up by President Trump, who was inspired by Bastille Day in Paris. Jay says, if there is to be a parade, at least let the music be good. We then hear some John Philip Sousa – specifically, a march that bears the name of a newspaper. It steps lively!

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