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'Fresh Air' For Aug. 25, 2017: Patty Duke; Carl Reiner; Antônio Carlos Jobim

'Fresh Air' For Aug. 24, 2017: Confronting 'Invisible Injuries' Of War

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A Retired Marine And A Photojournalist Confront War's 'Invisible Injuries'

A Retired Marine And A Photojournalist Confront War's 'Invisible Injuries'

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'Fresh Air' For Aug. 23, 2017: Armed Militias In The New Landscape Of Protest

'Fresh Air' For Aug. 22, 2017: FBI Profiler Reflects On Unabomber's Capture

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FBI Profiler Says Linguistic Work Was Pivotal In Capture Of Unabomber

FBI Profiler Says Linguistic Work Was Pivotal In Capture Of Unabomber

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'Fresh Air' For Aug. 21, 2017: Remembering Jerry Lewis

Jerry Lewis, pictured here in 2016, told Fresh Air that comics need a place where they can fail. "We had the [Borscht Belt] at the Catskill Mountains. We had Lakewood, N.J. We had vaudeville, burlesque. ... I mean, there were so many places for you to be bad. Today, kids don't have a hell of a chance." Rich Fury/Invision/AP hide caption

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Jerry Lewis On His Borscht Belt Childhood And The Lonely Work Of Comedy

Jerry Lewis On His Borscht Belt Childhood And The Lonely Work Of Comedy

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