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November 29, 2010: Cultural Freedom
Jaak Kilmi talks about his childhood watching Finnish TV in Soviet Estonia and Anas Qtiesh talks about how Facebook is both banned and popular in Syria. Your host talks with Frances Stonor Saunders who wrote the seminal book on the CIA and Abstract Expressionism and we learn about Edward Hopper's love of Reality. Plus a deep look at the CIA's Operation Real World.
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|Jaak Kilmi||Disco and Atomic War|
|Anas Qtiesh||Why is Facebook Banned in Syria?|
|Gail Levin||Edward Hopper and Reality|
|Frances Stonor Saunders||The CIA and Abstract Expressionism (I)|
|Your Host||Hating on Abstraction|
|Frances Stonor Saunders||The CIA and Abstract Expressionism (II)|
|Your Host||Operation Real World|
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