Juliet Schor

Boston College

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Professor of Sociology at Boston College

Juliet Schor on KCRW

So maybe you've gotten used to hearing Frosty the Snowman playing in stores before trick-or-treaters ever ring your doorbell, or you've even made a list of deals you want to score on…

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