The State of Iraq; Life in the Minor-Leagues; Edmind White's Paris; Corporate Control of the Nation's Meat

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raqi security forces take position in the city of Ramadi, west of the capital Baghdad in the Anbar province, on February 4, 2014 during a military operation against anti-government fighters.

Iraqi lawyer Zaid al-Ali talks about why his countrymen maintain a strong sense of national identity, despite increasing sectarianism and pervasive government corruption. John Feinstein takes us inside the colorful world of Triple-A minor-league baseball. Edmund White talks about moving to Paris in 1983, and how he fell in love with the city and its culture during the 15 years he lived and wrote there. And we’ll find out how a few large companies control most of the country’s meat supply, and why that’s hurting both consumers and farmers alike.