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Today on q: Ralph Nader's tort passion, Fear and Clothing, the pros and cons of work friends
Today on q: (1) Can Ralph Nader convince you that Tort law is fascinating? (2) Fashion critic Cintra Wilson maps geography of style (3) Good or Bad: Should we be wary of work friends?
Tort Law! Now that we have your undivided attention, let's explore the new American Museum of Tort Law.
Can your work buddies be your best pals? Or should you keep your private and professional lives compartmentalized?
Cintra Wilson on leaving the style capital of New York City to embark on a regional fashion roadtrip.
Canadian icon Margaret Atwood. Horror giant Stephen King. Children's author Roald Dahl. Which authors have had Playboy bylines?
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