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D.C. Expats: England

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Sometimes living far outside the Beltway gives you a different perspective on what makes D.C. so distinctive. With a little help from a telephone hotline, Emily Friedman tracks down D.C. expats abroad. First call: England.

[Music: "I've Got The World on a String" by Art Tatum from Portrait Disc 8]

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