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THURSDAY, JULY 3, 2014
Pranksters--Making Mischief in the Modern World

Communications scholar and filmmaker Kembrew McLeod is both an accomplished historian and perpetrator of pranks who once officially trademarked the phrase Freedom of Expression.  Today, he discusses with guest host Mark Burns the surprising capacity of pranks to not only amuse us, but also to critique, change, and improve society.

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