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Nandos, teaching and the limits of capitalism with Dr Marcia Chatelain


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Georgetown University's Dr Marcia Chatelain takes it to a meta level with us. We talk about her work looking at the relationship between race and fast food in the States, why people don't own up to mistakes and how she has changed her mind on capitalism.

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