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Is America Too Democratic? And, the Golden Age of Television Music

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In Plato’s Republic, he argues that when a democracy has ripened fully, a would-be tyrant often seizes the moment and takes over. Has the United States gotten to that point? And Republican presidential candidates have consistently grumbled about the state of the U.S. economy, but in California, unemployment is way down and the economic growth is outpacing the national economy. How will the candidates adjust their messaging for California voters? Then, it turns out that winning the Biggest Loser does not necessarily result in a happy ending. After that, we’ll explore great TV music in this golden age of television. And finally, Press Play producer Matt Holzman takes us to Cal State Fullerton where organ transplant recipients break a Guinness World Record.