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From Fresno to the Presidential Election: A Conversation with The Atlantic's James Fallows

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As a national correspondent for the Atlantic, James Fallows often focuses on subjects such as China, the Middle East and the United States military. But recently, Fallows, who grew up in California, has turned his attention to his home state. He joins us to talk about issues facing California, the potential of high-speed rail, the presidential election and what Fresno gets right.


James Fallows, national correspondent for the Atlantic; author of "China Airborne"


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