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In “From the Archives”: summer is the season for reading novels. A few years ago, Diane asked a panel of writers and authors why fiction still matters. We listen to back to a piece of that show on the podcast this week. What are you reading this summer? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Dr. Thomas Insel Co-founder and president, Mindstrong Health former director of the National Institute of Mental Health/NIH
- Manu Raju Senior congressional reporter, CNN
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