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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Disenchanted Democrats
    Gay rights and environmental activists are among a few of the progressive groups who are growing more critical of President Obama. Is the left's love affair with the president fading?9:06 a.m.
    David Sirota: Syndicated political columnist and author of "The Uprising."
    Mark Schmitt: Executive editor of the American Prospect.
    Erich Pica: Director of domestic programs for Friends of the Earth.
  • A story of hope amid despair
    A new novel by Mayo Clinic doctor and obesity researcher James Levine tells the story of a young Indian girl forced into a life of prostitution. Dr. Levine says the novel sprang from a visit to the slums of Mumbai and encounter there that haunts him to this day.10:06 a.m.
    James Levine, MD: Director of the NEAT (Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) Center at the Mayo Clinic and author of "the Blue Notebook."

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