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Iowa Caucus Day

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Thursday, January 03, 2008

Real live caucusers from Iowa, one Democrat and one Republican, talk about how they’re choosing their candidates. Also, why some Iowa Democrats will choose Bill Richardson rather than one of the “Big Three” and New York City food co-ops, Park Slope and beyond.

Are You The One? Caucus Day

Andrea Bernstein, WNYC's Political Director and Clarence Page, columnist for the Chicago Tribune talk about the start of the political year and the Iowa caucus.

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Are You the One? Bill Richardson

Michael Coleman, Washington bureau chief for the Albuquerque Journal profiles Democratic presidential candidate Bill Richardson.

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Are You the One? Following Up on the Bankruptcy Bill Vote

Daniel Gross, columnist for Newsweek and the author of Pop!: Why Bubbles Are Great For The Economy (Collins, 2007), clears up the question of how the presidential candidates from the Senate voted on the 2005 bankruptcy bill.

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Are You the One? Listeners' Caucus

Supporters of the second-tier Democratic presidential candidates "caucus" about their second choice for president -- just like they will in Iowa.

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The Golden Rule

Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capitol and Sam Chandan, Chief Economist at Reis on the discrepancy between the price of real estate in Gold and in Dollars.

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Straube Effect

Win Straube, founder and managing trustee of the Straube Foundation and author of QGE= A Quality Generic Education is the Answer (University Press of America), talks about what it takes to provide quality education.

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Food Co-ops, Park Slope and Beyond

The general managers of three of New York’s food co-ops -- Joe Holtz from Park Slope; Beverly Love from East New York; and Zena Nelson from the South Bronx, talk about the options and issues for community-based food co-operatives.

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