Wendell Potter - "Nation on the Take"; Rahsaan Bahati on being a world-class cyclist; Maria Toorpakai - "A Different Kind of Daughter"

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On this week's podcast:

Campaign funding has a been a key issue in the Presidential primary cycle, in large part because of the success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. Wendell Potter, Consumer advocate and co author of the new book, “Nation on the Take: How Big Money Corrupts Our Democracy and What We Can Do About It” explores national finance trends and their potential impact on the 2016 election.

Compton-born American Racing Cyclist Rahsaan Bahati has raced for the SKLZ-Pista Palace cycling team and is the winner of several awards including the Junior National Road Racing and National Criterium Championships. He also represented the United States at the World Championships for two consecutive years. He discusses his path to becoming a world-class cyclist, the Bahati Foundation and how he’s giving back to his community.

Pakistan’s top-rated squash player, Maria Toorpakai talks about her new book, “A Different Kind of Daughter: The Girl Who Hid from the Taliban in Plain Sight” reveals why she had to dress like a boy to play sport.