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Episode 17: Soviet Songs, Turkish Marches, and Other Urgent Matters

Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan poses with Russian president Vladimir Putin after a news conference in Ankara, Turkey, December 11, 2017. (Umit Bektas / Reuters)

Jaywalking around, Jay talks about a newly named regiment in Russia. And about Erdogan’s latest maneuvers. And about Trump’s different sorts of maneuvers. Later on, Jay indulges in the delights of language and in a song — a kind of hymn — written by a composer most famous as a teacher of other composers. (A great many people partook of that Boulangerie.)

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