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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 1440

Tonight on the program, we analyze the first day of Egyptian presidential elections that gave the people their first chance to choose their leader in the aftermath of Hosni Mubarak's removal during the Arab Spring. Also: Facebook's IPO controversy, austerity in Europe, Iran beginning to cooperate on nuclear issues, and looking at the Golden Gate Bridge's history on its 75th birthday.

Aired: 05/22/12
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