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Sexual Harrassment and Captain Kidd

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Wednesday, June 26, 2002

Richard Zacks reveals the true story of Captain Kidd, examining the theory that he was not a marauding buccaneer after all, but a government-backed Repo man of the high seas. And Wynton Marsalis discusses his upcoming tour with his sextet.

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Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis on performing with his Septet at the Beacon Theater

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Richard Zacks

Is it possible that Captain Kidd was not a marauding buccaneer, but a government-backed Repo man of the high seas? Richard Zacks reveals the true story of Captain Kidd and discusses his book, The Pirate Hunter.

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