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Adult autism, food safety, wealth inequality

  • Aired: 07/29/2011
  • 53:46
  • Expires: 07/29/2016
  • Rating: NR
What happens when autistic children become adults and leave the educational system that provides services they need? Also: Choking and food safety, Tricia Rose on wealth inequality, and how the U.S. is lagging in the race to the Internet future.
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Adults with autism. Choking and food safety.Tricia Rose on inequality. The broadband race.
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