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For the Common Good
By David Zanotti

Up in Smoke

The Philosophy of Science and Medicine
By Dr. Charles McGowen

Affordable Care, Atheism and Astrophysics

A Moment in History
By Dr. Jeff Sanders

Darkest Hour

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January 16, 2018
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Up in Smoke
January 12, 2018
60 Minute Format Archive

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