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All Things Considered for October 4, 2012

Oct 4, 2012 — A 1950s-era home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son is facing demolition. The house in a Phoenix neighborhood has fallen into the hands of a developer that wants to build on the site. But a group of preservationists is trying to stop that from happening. Many architectural experts say it's in this structure that Wright worked out his coiling plan for the Guggenheim in New York City.
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Oct 4, 2012 — The birth of accounting rocked the world 500 years ago. And it involves a man who was a magician, a mathematician, and possibly the boyfriend of Leonardo da Vinci.
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Oct 4, 2012 — Fortified peanut paste saves lives in Haiti and other places where malnutrition is a problem, but producing it locally costs more than importing it from faraway factories in Europe because of labor and other costs. Still, feeding programs are willing to pay a little more, for now.
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