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Malcolm Gladwell Likes Things Better In Canada

THE JOURNALIST ON MASS SHOOTINGS, NOT BELIEVING IN PRISONS AND IF DONALD TRUMP HAS GOTTEN IN HIS 10,000 HOURS OF PRACTICE FOR PRESIDENTIAL GREATNESS.

Q: You just started Season 3 of your podcast, “Revisionist History,” which explores, as you put it, “the overlooked and the misunderstood.” What’s the most widely misunderstood event in history?

A: Oh, my God. I have no idea. If I knew that, I’d do an episode on it. I think that the premise of the show is

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