413: Georgia Rambler

413: Georgia Rambler

Jul 30, 2010
In the 1970s a reporter named Charles Salter wrote a column for the Atlanta Journal called "Georgia Rambler." He'd get into his car, head out to some small town, and ask around until he found a story. This week, nine of us go to Georgia to try it out for ourselves, in small towns all over the state.
  • David Kestenbaum finds that the most unforgettable person in this county is a dead guy. A guy named Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Who had some secrets in Meriweather. David's with Planet Money, a collaboration between NPR News and This American Life. (9 minutes)AlcoholPoliticsPresidents

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