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During our collective morning commutes, many of us stumbled upon hometown frequency WBEZ to discover a fascinating series of interviews, conducted by Chicago luminary Studs Terkel during his train ride from Chicago to Washington on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have A Dream” speech. Terkel’s conversations with fellow passengers provides a unique look into attitudes, predictions, and the overall state of things in 1963. Recommended.
Likewise, we’ve assembled this holiday playlist. Enjoy.
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