The Year in Talking Points

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We hear a report on how easy it is to build an assault rifle the government can't trace, and an argument for why the Middle East needs a sexual revolution. We talk with a civil rights lawyer trying to memorialize every lynching perpetrated on US soil. We ask National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates to make the case for reparations. And we listen to some Motown with biographer David Maraniss who has documented the rise and fall of Detroit.

Photo: Motown Museum (Joseph)



Warren Olney