On today’s show, Iraq War veteran Paul Rieckhoff describes the frustration that led him to speak out against the war, and explains why he doesn’t trust the Republicans or the Democrats to fix things. Then, a look at the outspoken 17th-century philosopher Baruch Spinoza. And a scholar explains why she thinks Shakespeare may have been a woman. Plus, we’ll hear part of a documentary about Greenwich Village in the early 1960s on Past Present.
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