Leslie T. Chang spent two years interviewing workers for her book Factory Girls: From Village to City in a Changing China Chang thinks Westerns who feel guilty about buying the electronics these Chinese workers assemble are missing the point.
Mike Daisey tells the story of the Tesla's real Dr. Strangelove moment: inventing the ultimate super-weapon, a death ray. But did it work? The government thought it might, and the Cold War got hotter.
New Hampshire's MacDowell Colony gave artists a retreat in the woods -- Aaron Copland wrote "Billy the Kid" there.
Faith talks to monologist Mike Daisey about his upcoming one-man show "How Theater Failed America."