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All Things Considered for January 3, 2012

Jan 3, 2012 — NPR's Don Gonyea and Ari Shapiro have been traveling through Iowa these last few days and weeks. They join Robert Siegel to talk about Tuesday's caucus vote.
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Jan 3, 2012 — Western Governors University is an online school that uses personal mentors to help adult students finish their college degrees at an affordable price. After 15 years in existence, the model finally seems to be catching on.
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Jan 3, 2012 — New federal rules will compel airlines and others to include taxes, fees and other mandatory charges in their advertised fares. Consumer advocates see the rule as a positive step; but some airlines are fighting the rules in court.
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Jan 3, 2012 — South Korea's president has warned North Korea that his country will respond strongly to any North Korean provocations — but he also said North-South relations could improve if Pyongyang halts its nuclear weapons program. However many people in the South Korean capital seem apathetic about the power transition in the North — and even future relations between the two Koreas.
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Jan 3, 2012 — In 2008, young voters turned out in droves to elect Barack Obama, but now seem less likely to support his re-election campaign. Some young liberals have even thrown their support behind Republican Ron Paul.
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Jan 3, 2012 — Robert Siegel talks with Sidney Milkis, author of Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and the Transformation of American Democracy, about the U.S. presidential election of 1912 — when there was a viable third party on the ballot: the Bull Moose Party.
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Jan 3, 2012 — The late Bob Anderson helped to choreograph some of Hollywood's greatest sword fights — and even appeared on-screen himself as Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy. Melissa Block talks about the sword master who died on Sunday. He was 89.
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Jan 3, 2012 — Arguments between teens and parents can be a critical training ground for teens to learn how to resist negative peer pressure, research suggests. The best thing parents can do to help their teenager argue more effectively? Listen.
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Jan 2, 2012 — Author Alex Gilvarry recommends Max Frisch's I'm Not Stiller, a novel that intertwines a classic tale of mistaken identity with high comedy and postwar seriousness.
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Jan 3, 2012 — Iowans are preparing to participate in the state's first-in-nation presidential contest. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins Robert Siegel to talk about Tuesday's Iowa caucuses — how they work and what they might mean.
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