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Lessons From a Life as a Foreign Correspondent with Reese Erlich

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This week, we're joined by Peabody award-winning journalist Reese Erlich who talks to us about why Cuba is handling the COVID crisis much better than America, why he travels wherever the government tells him not to, and that the two things you can find anywhere in the world are Coca Cola and the Kardashians.

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