A conversation with former Secretary of State John Kerry. He weighs in on the upcoming midterms, the state of the Democratic party and why he sees hope for America's democracy.
A philosopher and motorcycle mechanic explains why not everyone should aspire to work behind a desk. He talks about the emotional satisfaction and intellectual demand of making and fixing things with your hands.
- Matthew Crawford A fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia and owner/operator of an independent motorcycle repair shop.
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