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Friday, June 06, 2008

A new film explores the hidden world of Chinese take-out by telling the story of an illegal immigrant working as a New York City deliveryman. Also, a look back at Hillary Clinton: presidential candidate. Plus: How much exactly does your Vespa pollute?

Clinton Retrospective

WNYC political director Andrea Bernstein looks back at Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House and where it went wrong.

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The Price of Delivery

Shih-Ching Tsou and Sean Baker, co-directors of Take Out, talk about their film which chronicles a day in the life of an illegal immigrant struggling to pay off his smuggling debt.

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Follow Up Friday: Your Word or Your Wallet

Mary Boyle, director of communications for Common Cause, and Michael Luo, New York Times political reporter covering the presidential campaign money beat, analyze the changing landscape of presidential campaign financing this election season and examines Obama and McCain's stance on reform.

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Follow Up Friday: Just How Green Is That Scooter?

Julia Bovey, media director of the Natural Resources Defense Council, follows up on scooters, and how green any motor vehicle is.

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Open Phones: Should the U.S. Execute Khalid Shaikh Mohammed?

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who says he planned the 9/11 attacks, was arraigned yesterday in a military courtroom in Guantanamo. He has said he wants to be "martyred." Listeners, what do you think? Should he be put to death? Comment below.

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