February 15, 2019

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First, we revisit a classic debate: nature vs. nurture. One way to settle it? Through the lens of twin studies, which have opened up some curious revelations about how our genes affect us.

Next, we turn to the 19th-century Midwest, and look at how Laura Ingalls Wilder reframed American history in the Little House series.

Then, you sent us a whole lot of feedback about a recent segment on whether we spend too much money on education in the U.S. - and whether college educations are overvalued. Here’s some of it.

American history, Education, Little House on the Prairie, science, twins

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