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Segment 1: The word 'populism' is being used more and more in national headlines. So what does it mean? Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Donald Trump are all running for president in 2020. While these candidates may not have much in common, media outlets use one word to describe all of them again and again: populist. In this conversation, we look at what defines populism, and what that word means for politics in both America and abroad. Debra Leiter , assistant political science professor, University of Missouri-Kansas City Uri Friedman , staff writer, The Atlantic Segment 2, beginning at 34:45: Meet a Kansas City musician who infuses jazz with hip-hop. There's a ton of ways to describe music such as genres like jazz, hip-hop, and rock. But local artist Eddie Moore prefers to label his style as "rolling down a hill on a bike with no brakes." Find out why. Eddie Moore, jazz pianist and band leader, We The People We The People will perform at the Blue Room Jazz Club at 8:30 p.m. on


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