Voter Anxiety; Why the Best Leaders Change Their Minds; A Drug to Combat Trauma

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Landon Peterson peeks out of the voting booth while his mother Meghan votes March 20, 2012 at Christian union Church in Metamora, Illinois.

Coming up on today's show:

  • Recent polls show a growing anxiety among American voters about fundamental things: security, economic prospects, and even identity. We'll take your calls.
  • Hear a recap of the Democratic candidates' final statements at last night's town hall hosted by the Iowa Democratic Party and Drake University.
  • A new drug has shown promise in combatting phobias and PTSD.
  • Hear how the best leaders change their minds, in order to change the world.
  • A crisis is brewing in Haiti over the upcoming presidential election as protesters call for the current president to step down.