Free trade myth and reality, sex in public parks, blood, religion and bioethics

The week on The 180: the myths and realities of free trade agreements, a case for allowing sex in public parks, and a conversation about blood, religion and bioethics.
People hold signs as they demonstrate against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement in Washington, DC. (Nicholas Kamm/Getty Images)
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The week on The 180: the myths and realities of free trade agreements, a case for allowing sex in public parks, and a conversation about blood, religion and bioethics.

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