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Stan Sesser Discusses Singapore.

Journalist Stan Sesser. He is a staff writer and reporter for The New Yorker. He talks with Terry about Singapore and the neo-authoritarianism that exists there. Neo-authoritarianism combines communism's authority over its population with capitalism's free market system. Sesser says its a growing trend in the Pacific Rim. (His article about Singapore appears in the January 13, 1992 issue of The New Yorker.)

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Other segments from the episode on January 10, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 10, 1992: Interview with Stan Sesser; Interview with Patrick McGilligan; Review of John Barbirolli's album "The Young John Barbirolli."

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