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In the first hour of today's show, Callie Crossley talks with Harvard Kennedy professor John Friedman and Boston Herald reporter Dave Wedge about negotiations between cities and teachers' unions — and whether a strike like the one is Chicago could happen in Boston. Then Kara Miller talks with two authors, David Ewing Duncan and Margaret Morganroth Gullette, about whether or not society is ready for lifespans of 150 years or more.

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