The Morning After Super Tuesday; New York Values Across Immigrant Generations; Changing My Religion

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A supporter waits to hear Donald Trump speak at an airplane hangar in Columbus, Ohio, on March 1.

Coming up on today's show:

  • Jamelle Bouie, senior political correspondent for Slate, looks at the primary and caucus results from Tuesday's voting and assesses where each party goes from here.
  • Lots of immigrants move to New York to start a family, and in time, some parents may face a challenge: how do we instill our values in our little first-generation New Yorker? Hear a conversation about what “New York values” means across immigrant generations, with Indian-born writer Suketu Mehta.
  • Our northern neighbors in Massachusetts voted yesterday, returning a large victory for Donald Trump and a narrow win for Hillary Clinton. WGBH's Callie Crossley weighs in on what Massachusetts' vote says about this race for the rest of the country.
  • Author Susan Jacoby talks about her research into the non-spiritual reasons for religious conversions and how political and economic forces act on societies and individuals when it comes to professed religious beliefs.
  • Daily Beast columnist Keli Goff is throwing a political party! Well, a bunch of them actually. Hear more about the live events she's hosting here at WNYC.