On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, guest host Sara Terry looks back at some of the biggest stories in 2010, including the economy and a shift to the right on the political front. How will those two stories play out in the year ahead? We also look at some simple and surprising ideas for how to make the world a better place, and we look at the years behind and ahead of us from a different perspective – the developing world. Also, Jerry Brown prepares to take office 35 years after serving as governor of California for the first time. On Reporter's Notebook, how effective is humanitarian aid in reaching those who need it, in places like Haiti and other parts of the world?
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