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Audio: Why Tuesday? on NPR

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

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Click the button above, or here, for the audio of my interview on today’s edition of NPR’s Day to Day.

One Response to “Audio: Why Tuesday? on NPR”

  1. AllAboutVoting Says:

    Sadness. I could not get this clip to play for me (but other NPR clips played just fine…)

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