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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Many young people with advanced degrees are taking service jobs in this economy. Associate editor at GOOD magazine, Nona Willis Aronowitz, discusses her recent article about what this means for our economy. Plus: The End of War series continues with The Weekly Standard editor and conservative commentator Bill Kristol and Ambassador and president of the Connect U.S. Fund, Nancy Soderberg, discuss the political and moral considerations of going to war and whether international law can stop war; how Ford Motor Company went from the edge of bankruptcy to making profits without government aid; and Paper Monument has art assignments for you.

2012 or Bust

Jonathan Chait, writer for New York Magazine, discusses the results of yesterday's GOP primaries and talks about his "2012 of Never" piece on the future of the party.

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Minimum Rage: The Service Industry Today

Nona Willis Aronowitz, associate editor at GOOD Magazine, discusses her piece on how many young people with advanced degrees can only find service jobs, and what it means for our economy.

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How Ford Avoided the Bailout

Bryce G. Hoffman , auto reporter for The Detroit News, is now author of American Icon: Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company. He joins the show to explain how Ford went from the edge of bankruptcy to making a profit without government aid, and what the company's success tells us.

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End of War: Bill Kristol and Amb. Nancy Soderberg

The End of War series continues with Bill Kristol, founder and editor of The Weekly Standard and regular commentator for Fox News. Then, we'll be joined by Ambassador Nancy Soderberg, president of the Connect U.S. Fund and a former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. They'll each discuss the political and moral considerations of going to war--and the role of international law in ending war.

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Assignment Art

Co-editors of New York-based magazine Paper Monument, painter Roger White and Dushko Petrovich , talk about their new publication, Draw It with Your Eyes Closed: The Art of the Art Assignment, an anthology of art assignments from over 100 contributors.

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